T.J. Miller may be a ham as the scheming entrepreneur in “Silicon Valley,” but that persona is mild compared with the one he embraces on stage. “Meticulously Ridiculous,” a stand-up special taped in his hometown of Denver, doesn’t feature the sharpest material, but Miller, who is sweating through his slovenly suit before he even tells his first joke, gets points for commitment.
9 p.m. Sat., HBO
Spies like us
Benedict Arnold and George Washington are at each other’s throat for the fourth and final season of “Turn: Washington’s Spies,” the drama set during the Revolutionary War. Minneapolis native Seth Numrich returns as Ben Tallmadge, leader of the Culper Ring, a network of spies based in British-occupied New York.
8 p.m. Sat., AMC
Electric guitar innovator Les Paul would have been 101 this month, an anniversary that merits a revisit to 2006’s “Les Paul & Friends: 90th Birthday Salute” with performances from Slash, Joe Perry, Buddy Guy, Joe Satriani and Edgar Winter.
7 p.m. Sun., AXS TV