Hulu Nabs Rosie Perez's 'Pure' in Streaming Deal

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The Mennonite drug-running drama also stars Ryan Robbins and A.J. Buckley.

Hulu has acquired the U.S. rights to Pure, the Mennonite drug-running drama starring Rosie Perez and Ryan Robbins, in a streaming deal.

The U.S. sale by Cineflix Rights will see the series air exclusively in the U.S. on Hulu. Pure also stars A.J. Buckley and Peter Outerbridge and is produced by Two East Productions and Cineflix Media,

The series, which airs on CBC in Canada and was shot in Nova Scotia, portrays a Mennonite pastor (Robbins) trying to protect his family and preserve his faith while battling drug trafficking within his community.

Pure was created and written by Michael Amo and is directed by Ken Girotti. Brett Burlock and Peter Emerson are executive producers, along with Girotti and David MacLeod.

Cineflix Rights has the exclusive worldwide distribution rights to Pure.