‘Cheer’ documents the actions of the formidable cheer squad of Navarro College as they begin the ebbs and runs, on their way to obtain the most desired National Championship.
Greg Whiteley, the Emmy Nominated director, works as the writer, executive producer, and director of the show. He is famous for creating the football documentary ‘Last Chance U.’
Cheer Season 2: Release Date
The season one of ‘Cheer’ premiered on Netflix on January 8 this year. As far as the following season works, here is what we should know. Whiteley’s Last Chance U, which reflects the same composition as ‘Cheer,’ has seen a total of four seasons till now.
Throughout the development of four seasons, it has served two college football teams. There’s a good opportunity that ‘Cheer’ might also follow the same procedure where the creators return the same cheerleading team following year. If it does get rebuilt, you can anticipate ‘Cheer’ season 2 to release sometime in January in 2021.
Cheer Season 2: Trailer
What can you expect from season two of Cheer?
‘Cheer’ reflects the remarkably powerful Cheerleading team at Navarro College in Corsicana, Texas, as they work on a mission to get the National Championship of Cheerleading.
The documentary revealed that the behind-the-scenes action and drama, included in the planning, that manages the team to the grand finale. It highlights interviews of the members of the team, wherein they describe the first-hand experience, and other stories spinning around their personal lives, family, coach, sacrifice, professional difficulties, training difficulties, last-minute stress, and the final victory. The game only continues for 2 minutes and 15 seconds, but the members give it their all, as it is a topic of respect, from their families, pals and loved ones.
Cheerleading is still not broadly allowed in our society, and it is hard to describe to the traditional lot, the importance of seeking it. Some of the children belong to separated families or faced the injury caused by their people, who have difficulty looking at the sport with the same eyes, as them.
For the unaware, The Navarro College Cheer Team is a co-ed Cheerleading team, including 24 male and 14 female players. They cheer at all the house Volleyball (Women), Basketball (Men), and Football matches.
Here is what makes the NC Cheer Squad so different, that Netflix determined to select a show on it: Under the direction of Cheerleading veteran Monica Aldama, the NC Cheer Team has alleged 14 Junior College National Championship Titles – from the year 2000, and 5 Grand National Titles for 2012. The college boasts the experience of having the highest rank ever at NCA College Nationals.
Cheer Season 2: Cast
As it is a documentary production, all the figures perform themselves. Head coach Monica Aldama leads the Cheer Team to success by training them with complete discipline and honor.
Her learners call her ‘The Queen,’ recognizing her for all the victories, but Aldama never wants the attention. A head coach for over 24 years, Aldama has placed a standard at Navarro, which is very hard for the college level cheer squad, to get.
Joining Aldama is a list of skilled and talented players from the Cheer Team: Keegan Baker, Riley Denler, Denver Doan, Cassadee Dunlap, Tayler Figo, Faith Gatlin, Macee Harden, TJ Hellman, Will Hernandez, Justin Hinsley, Ty Johnson, Jay Kendrick, Terrell Barker, Ryan Bartley, Fernando Beltran, Alex Bouhuys, Dillon Brandt, Maddy Brum, Grant Lockaby, Hunter Mancino.