Must-see TV: ‘The Company You Keep’ and ‘Planet Sex’ top this week’s watch list

Must-see TV: ‘The Company You Keep’ and ‘Planet Sex’ top this week’s watch list

Milo Ventimiglia plays a suave con-man in a new romantic thriller airing on ABC, while Cara Delevingne donates her orgasm to science in Planet Sex

Catherine Haena Kim and Milo Ventimiglia star in The Company You Keep.
Catherine Haena Kim and Milo Ventimiglia star in The Company You Keep. Photo by Brian Bowen Smith /ABC

The Company You Keep


A night of passion leads to love between con man (This is Us’ Milo Ventimiglia) and undercover CIA officer (Catherine Haena Kim) who are unknowingly on a collision course in their professional lives.

When: Sunday on ABC, CTV


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Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne


Cara Delevingne donates her orgasm to science in Germany; makes art from her vagina in Japan; hits up a women-only sex club; takes a masturbation masterclass, and visits an “ethical” porn set — all in the name of understanding our deepest desires.

When: Streaming now on Prime Video

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Cara Delevingne donates an orgasm to science in Planet Sex.
Cara Delevingne donates an orgasm to science in Planet Sex. Photo by Prime Video

Grey’s Anatomy

Winter Premiere

As Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) gets ready to bid adieu to Grey Sloan, the doctors plan a goodbye surprise while Nick (Scott Speedman) confronts her about the future of their relationship.

When: Thursday on ABC, CTV

The Rookie

New Episode

Officers Nolan (Nathan Fillion), Thorsen (Tru Valentino), and Detective Harper (Mekia Cox) hunt for a trio who may have been exposed to Ebola.

When: Tuesday on ABC, CTV

Magnum P.I.

Season 5 Premiere

Before going undercover as lifeguards in order to solve a murder, Magnum (Jay Hernandez) and Higgins (Perdita Weeks) weigh the risks of pursuing a relationship. “This season is sexier. It is more romantic, more emotional,” showrunner Eric Guggenheim says.

When: Sunday on NBC, CTV

Perdita Weeks and Jay Hernandez star in Magnum P.I.
Perdita Weeks and Jay Hernandez star in Magnum P.I.

Die Hart


Follows Kevin Hart as he goes on a death-defying quest to become an action star.

When: Friday on Prime Video

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Party Down

Season 3

Picking up 10 years from where the second season left off, the Party Down catering team find themselves once again enduring the procession of random parties and oddball guests all over Los Angeles. Stars Adam Scott, Jennifer Garner and Jane Lynch.

When: Friday on Crave

Tournament of Champions

Season 4 Premiere

A new batch of talented chefs from the East and West Coast are pushed to the limit in a bracket-style culinary competition. “Tournament of Champions is the most intense culinary competition ever created. We’ve got single-elimination, sudden-death, head-to-head blind battles and judging,” says host Guy Fieri.

When: Sunday on Food Network

Biography: WWE Legends

Season 3 Premiere

Explores the moment in wrestling history when Hulk Hogan joined Scott Hall and Kevin Nash to form a group of villains called the New World Order.

When: Sunday on A&E

WWE Rivals

Season 2 Premiere

Freddie Prinze Jr. leads a roundtable discussion as WWE stars delve into the storylines behind the epic battles that built the WWE, including rivalries between Hulk Hogan and Andre the Giant, Undertaker and Mankind and more.

When: Sunday on A&E

Outer Banks

Season 3

A group of teenage friends are pulled into a dangerous rival’s hunt for a legendary lost city and the mysterious “El Dorado” treasure.

When: Thursday on Netflix

We Have a Ghost


After finding a ghost with a murky past haunting their new house, a family becomes internet sensations — and the targets of the CIA. Stars David Harbour, Anthony Mackie and newcomer Jahi Di’Allo Winston.

When: Friday on Netflix

Somebody I Used to Know


A workaholic TV producer Ally (Alison Brie) spends a whirlwind evening reminiscing with her first love (Jay Ellis) and starts to question everything about the person she’s become.

When: Streaming now on Prime Video

Carnival Row

Season 2

Former inspector Rycroft Philostrate (Orlando Bloom) investigates a series of gruesome murders in a fantasy world where humans and creatures clash.

When: Streaming now on Prime Video

The Consultant

Season 2

When a new consultant (Christoph Waltz) is hired to improve the bottom line at a gaming company, employees experience new demands and challenges that threaten their lives.

When: Friday on Prime Video

Meet Me In Paris


Hailing from Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine and Zoe Saldana’s Cinestar production companies, the reality rom-com follows three women who set out on an adventure to create their own love stories.

When: Available now on Roku Channel

The Rookie: Feds

New Episode

The FBI teams up with LAPD to take down a shady Casanova linked to a notorious drug lord.

When: Tuesday on ABC, CTV

Children Ruin Everything

Season 2 Finale

Astrid (Meaghan Rath) and James (Aaron Abrams) are forced to question their differing parenting approaches after their daughter has an emotional blow-up at school.

When: Monday on CTV

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