“Any One of Us” does a nice job of keeping up with professional mountain biker Paul Basagoitia as he recovers from a spinal cord injury, but his journey keeps getting interrupted by testimonials from other SCI survivors. You’ve got to admire director Fernando Villena’s desire to include more voices, but Basagoitia’s story is just too compelling to keep steering away from.
8 p.m., HBO
Spoonful of sugar
An all-night marathon of Julie Andrews films has its crowd-pleasers, including “Victor/Victoria,” but the feature that’s most worth your time is 1964’s “The Americanization of Emily,” a World War II drama in which the Oscar winner is wooed by James Garner. This is one of Paddy Chayefsky’s best scripts, which is saying something since he also wrote “Marty” and “Network.”
2:30 a.m., TCM
Those who still remember “The Arsenio Hall Show” may be a little startled by watching the former late-night host work blue in his first stand-up special, “Arsenio Hall: Smart & Classy,” but the comic’s charisma is anything but filthy. Too bad his material, which includes bits about O.J. Simpson and adapting to cellphones, isn’t as fresh as his delivery.
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