Roseanne is back

It's been about 20 years since "Roseanne" left the air, but the show's star and writers haven't lost any of their bite in this well timed reboot. There are plenty of nods to the original run, but the real draw is how the sitcom reflects modern times, including dust-ups over the Trump election and gender identification. As reunions go, this is one that's worth attending. Read more at

7 p.m., KSTP, Ch. 5

On the front line

Dolores Huerta, subject of the documentary "Dolores," is far from a household name, but filmmaker Peter Bratt makes a strong case for why she should be included among America's most influential civil rights leaders and how her gender kept her from getting the same props as her former work partner Cesar Chavez. Hillary Clinton and Gloria Steinem are among the talking heads hailing her contributions.

8 p.m., TPT, Ch. 2

Breaking up ain't hard to do

Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin have nothing on the former lovebirds in "Splitting Up Together," who "consciously uncouple" while still sharing parental duties in the same house. The graceful breakup stretches credibility, but there's no denying how great it is to welcome back Jenna Fischer, who brings the same unforced charm that she gave to the role of Pam in "The Office."

8:30 p.m., KSTP, Ch. 5

Neal Justin