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Source:  Deadline

Next month Netflix will premiere “Cheer,” a six-episode docuseries about competitive college cheerleadering, from “Last Chance U” creator Greg Whiteley and his One Potato Productions.

Directed and executive produced by Whiteley, “Cheer” follows the competitive cheerleaders of Navarro College in Corsicana, TX.

Led by Monica Aldama, the small junior college has won 14 national championships since 2000.

Per the official synopsis: “Over the course of six episodes, viewers will join the Navarro College cheerleaders as they face injuries, sacrifice, personal setbacks and triumphs, all leading up to one nail-biting and adrenaline pumping final competition at the National Championship.”

“Cheer” premieres Jan. 8 on Netflix.

Read the story at Deadline.


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