Friday TV: James Corden’s Other Talent

James Corden’s biggest talent may not be as late night host, but as a comic actor, proven on stage in his Tony-winning performance in “One Man, Two Guvnors,” presented tonight on “Great Performances” (PBS, 9 p.m., check local listings). 

The life of country singer Coffey Anderson and his wife, the hip-hop dancer Criscilla, are followed in the new reality series “Country Ever After” (Netflix, streaming).

In the imported film “Citation” (Netflix, streaming), a student in Nigeria goes after a professor who tried to rape her. 

The imported  film “The Endless Trench” (Netflix, streaming), spanning three decades since the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War,was recently submitted by Spain as a contender for international Oscar. 

Tonight’s episode of “How to…With John Wilson” (HBO, 11 p.m.) is an amusing one, about memory and false memory.

The new documentary series “Ferro” (Amazon, streaming) follows the Italian singer Tiziano Ferro.

Sara Canning stars in the made-for-TV “The Christmas Yule Blog” (Lifetime, 8 p.m.) about a travel writer who gets the spirit (and a boyfriend).

Carly and Charlie go camping on the season finale of “Weird But True!” (Disney+, streaming). 

Stephen Colbert’s freewheeling election night show for Showtime is replayed (and presumably severely bleeped) in a replay on his “The Late Show” (CBS, 11:30 p.m.). Its election results will by now be severely dated. 

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