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Pete Helliar is ready to Cram.

17 July 2017

Coming soon to Ten.

Network Ten is delighted to announce it has commissioned CRAM, an innovative and funny new weekly game show that will launch on TEN and WIN Network later this year.

CRAM will be hosted by comedian, TV Week Gold Logie nominee, children’s book author and star of The Project, Pete Helliar.

Fast-paced and unpredictable, CRAM will see Pete attempt to corral two teams of comedians and celebrities as they test their memories across a series of general knowledge and current affairs categories.

Each category will be introduced with a “cram”: a brief video on any subject from dogs to Leonardo da Vinci, jeans to Justin Bieber.

The teams will be captained by acclaimed comedian Dilruk Jayasinha and actor and singer Virginia Gay (All Saints, Winners & Losers).

Divided into two teams of three, the comedians and celebrities will attempt to recall all the facts in the videos. The team that recalls the most facts is the winner.

Pete Helliar said: “I am thrilled to be hosting the exciting new television quiz, panel, game, fantasy, family-drama, comedy CRAM. It’s something I wasn’t expecting but as soon as I started playing I was hooked immediately and wanted in. It’s highly addictive and I can imagine Aussie families taking to this as passionately as I have.

“I am also very excited with the team assembled. Dilruk is not only one of the hottest comedy properties around but also joyous to be around. I suspect by the time the first season is finished Dilruk will not only be a household favourite but the autocorrect on my phone will cease changing his name to ‘Soleil’,” he said.

“Virginia has not only aced her dramatic and comedy work in All Saints and Winners & Losers in recent years but I have loved being around her passion and enthusiasm and watching her grapple with various crams is a genuine wonder to behold.”

CRAM will be produced by ITV Studios Australia and filmed at Network Ten’s Sydney studios in front of a live audience.

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