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Posted By Riley Keenan

Cheer goes inside the world of competitive cheerleading with coach Patty Ann Romero and her senior team of 20 highly-conditioned athletes.

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About Cheer

The six-part series follows the nationally ranked forty-member Navarro College Bulldogs Cheer Team from Corsicana, Texas, under the direction of coach Monica Aldama, as they prepare to compete in the National Cheerleading Championship held annually in Daytona Beach, Florida.

...from the Washington Post

Have you ever wondered what it is like to be a cheerleader? Have you ever wondered what struggles each and every cheerleader goes through? Well, the new show Cheer on Netflix will give you that adrenaline pumping, exciting look into what the cheer world actually looks like.

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Throughout the show, you get an inside look as to exactly what struggles each athlete goes through, such as heartbreak, acceptance, and the physical impact that tumbling upside down for hours can put your body through. Believe me – it is rough. After each practice, you go home with new bumps and bruises.

Now let’s talk about powerful people. Monica Aldama. My gosh. She is one of the most powerful, most know female coaches taking the lead of the team Navarro Cheer. She is feisty, loyal, and sometimes cruel. But at the end of each day – she has such a powerful love for each and every one of the members of the team.

The most memorable characters throughout the show are Jerry Harris, La’Darius Marshall, Gabi Butler, and Lexi Brumback. Such inspiring young athletes. The show and the team would not have made it without them. Each athlete has such a different take on cheerleading, a different background, most a rough upbringing but that’s what makes them who they are. Inspiring. Powerful. Amazing athletes.

Lastly, let’s talk about the ending. Oh My. I have never been so on the edge of my chair. The breathtaking challenges they face. The amazing performances by other teams. And the hardships each athlete goes through the day of competition, it’s unbelievable. You feel as if you are right there with them, experiencing exactly what they are going through. You have to watch it to feel it, you have to watch it. That’s just it.

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Cheer has been suggested to us by sport industry professionals we talk to on a regular basis. See a list of those individuals below.

 Industry Professional  Organization  Position
Joelle Wood Ontario Hockey League Manager of Communications
Alex Witherspoon Kitchener Rangers Hockey Club Digital Marketing Manager
Alexandra Roy Karate Canada Program Manager
Kathryn Benda Penn State University Director of Football Gameday Operations
Mary Eiland National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Associate Director of Championships Marketing

Why watch Cheer?

If you are captivated by amazing tricks, superhuman strength and learning what it takes to be a cheerleader, Cheer is the show for you. You need to put Cheer on your shelf right now. It is a heart-throbbing, super relatable show, that overall gives you a look past the pom-poms and the glitter. This show goes through each athletes’ hardships, this show goes through each turning point Monica Aldama goes through while leading her team to the world championships.

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