Channel 4 series Pure announced itself onto the scene in the last week of January 2019.

The charming Charly Clive plays lead character Marine – or Pure-O – and the comedy-drama has quickly established itself as an instant classic in the UK.

Pure is now coming to a close with a double bill episode bidding goodbye to season 1 – however, you can watch it online even before the broadcast goes out!

Channel 4 Pure - Marnie

Channel 4 Pure – Marnie

Pure Channel 4: Episodes Guide

The Channel 4 series will air it’s final two episodes tonight (Wednesday, February 27th).

Episode 5 and 6 will put together back-to-back, airing from 10 pm to 11:30 pm.

However, you don’t have to stay up late to catch the season finale.

Watch Pure Online

All six episodes of Pure are already uploaded online on the official Channel 4 media player, ALL4.

Simply search ‘Pure’ to access the final two episodes, episodes 5 and 6.

Pure: Trailer Music

The trailer for Pure has been a key selling point in the series’ success.

Not only is in intriguingly intense and humorously mysterious but there is a badass theme song, too.

The trailer music in the Pure promo is by Count Five and is topically named Psychotic Reaction.

You can find in on Spotify and Apple Music.

 

Who Plays Marnie?

Marnie is played by 28-year-old comedian and actress Charly Clive. She was born outside of Oxford but holds dual US/UK citizenship and attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, in New York.

Charly was diagnosed with a brain tumour when she was 23. However, she used the experience to write a sellout comedy show about the tumour, even naming it ‘Britney’.

Channel 4 Pure - Marnie

Channel 4 Pure – Marnie

Charly successfully recovered from the operation and moved into acting by starring in 2015 independent comedy Never Better.

However, Marnie’s role in Pure will be her first time on TV!

Pure: Season 2

As it stands, there has been no confirmation as to a Pure season 2.

Let’s wait and see how series 1 pans out first!

 

WATCH SERIES 1 OF PURE ON ALL 4 FROM JANUARY 30TH 2019.

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