Which OS? What is the clip, made by what, and what color space?
Especially in any Mac OS, you really need to have the preferences option "Display Color Management" turned on, so Premiere doesn't assume your monitor complies with Rec.709 standards (Macs don't, actually, by Apple choices). You will see a more accurate image within Premiere then.
Outside of Premiere on a Mac, it's ... problematic, as Apple chose to use an odd gamma for Rec.709 media. You're perhaps better off with HDR on a Mac at times. Sadly.
Also, what is that monitor, especially if you're on a PC? And what is the monitor set to, has any calibration been done with a puck-software combination like i1 from X-rite or the Spyder stuff?