Shipwrecked has had a revamp, available every week night on E4. New comedy, Pure, about 24 year old OCD sufferer Marnie continues. Six-part crime thriller Traitors is not to be missed plus, we see some familiar faces taking on the role of police officers in Famous and Fighting Crime.
Monday – Friday at 9pm
Brand new series: The ultimate popularity contest in paradise kicks off as eight strangers wash up on the tropical shores of Tiger Island, deep in the heart of the South Pacific. The newly assembled group are soon joined by a ninth islander, who swaggers into camp carrying a crate of booze just in time for their first island party. However, unbeknown to the others, he's also on a secret mission to divide the camp. Soon one tribe becomes two and the battle between the Tigers and Sharks to build the biggest tribe begins.
Wednesdays at 10pm
Brand new comedy drama series starring Charly Clive as 24 year-old Marnie, who's been plagued by disturbing sexual thoughts for as long as she can remember. Her mind is XXX-rated and intrusive thoughts are piling up inside her head. She is caught in the grip of an excruciating form of obsessive-compulsive disorder - nicknamed 'pure O' - where her obsessions take the form of intrusive sexual thoughts, and the compulsions are unseen mental rituals that deeply affect her daily life.
Sundays at 9pm
Traitors is a gripping six-part compulsive spy thriller that takes us behind the scenes of a seismic moment in global history. All seen through the eyes of one young woman caught in the middle of it. An intimate epic set in 1945 London, Traitors is the dangerous, enthralling story of Feef, who is seduced by a rogue American spy into spying on her own country. Her task? To uncover a Russian agent in the heart of the British Government. Created by multiple award-winning playwright and screenwriter Bash Doran, with a cast including Emma Appleton as Feef Symonds, Keeley Hawes (Bodyguard, Line of Duty) as Priscilla and Michael Stuhlbarg (Shape Of Water, The Post) as Rowe.
Famous and Fighting Crime
Mondays at 9pm
As crime figures go up and budgets go down, police forces across the country are relying on an army of 12,000 volunteer officers known as special constables, who have all the powers of a warranted officer, but do the job in their spare time. In a television first, five famous faces join the ranks of these volunteer officers, working for one of the UK's busiest police forces as they find out what it's really like to be at the sharp end of modern policing. TV presenter Katie Piper, Loose Women panellist Penny Lancaster, Made in Chelsea's Jamie Laing, Gogglebox's Sandi Bogle, and comedian Marcus Brigstocke join officers at Cambridge Constabulary, responding to real 999 calls; working in custody; and even CID; as well as taking part in high risk drug raids and keeping order in rowdy city centres at the weekend.