These cheerleading movies on Netflix are great cheerleading movies to watch during Spring Break, Summer, or any time of year. These Netflix titles feature comedies, musicals, summer camps, farms, and romance.
What is cheer? Cheerleading is an activity wherein the participants cheer for their team as a form of encouragement. It can range from chanting slogans to intense physical activity. (Source)
These cheer movies on Netflix include everything from comedies, musicals, summer camps, farms, and romance. These are great selections to add to your Netflix list.
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Cheer Movies on Netflix
Here are all of the current cheerleading movies on Netflix. This list is subject to change without notice.
Going for the Gold (2018)
After moving to Australia, an American teen convinces her new friends to form a cheer squad and take on their biggest rivals in competition. (Watch on Netflix)
Jessica Darling’s It List (2016)
Armed with popularity tips from her beautiful older sister, precocious Jessica Darling prepares to navigate the treacherous world of seventh grade. (Watch on Netflix)
In this only option for cheer competition movies on Netflix, the cheerleading champs (The Rebels) are challenged by an edgy new squad and they take on teams from all over the world in a virtual cheer battle. (Watch on Netflix)
In the past, the Bring it On franchise has been part of Netflix’s catalog. However, most of those titles have been removed.
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Cheer Shows on Netflix
There is only one cheerleading show on Netflix.
Cheer Squad (2016)
Follow the Great White Sharks, a world-champion cheerleading squad, as they juggle the pressures of training, school, work and relationships. (Watch on Netflix)
In December 2019, it was announced that Netflix has ordered a “Cheer” docuseries. The cheerleading series is set to premiere in early 2020. Here’s what we know so far…
- Netflix has ordered a new docuseries from the Greg Whiteley, director of junior college football docuseries “Last Chance U.”
- “Cheer,” the six-episode docuseries follows the competitive cheerleaders of Navarro College in Corsicana, Texas.
- Here is Netflix’s official description:
Led by Monica Aldama, the small junior college has won 14 National Championships since 2000. The stakes on the mat are high, but for these athletes, the only thing more brutal than their workouts and more exceptional than their performances are the stories of adversity and triumph behind the team members themselves. 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.
But the most poignant moments are the ones that happen away from practice. A college cheerleader wrestles with the same issues any young person in college has to deal with, what our series shows is that off the mat issues can’t help but bleed onto the mat. Showing the poetry between the exactness of their routines juxtaposed with the intricacies of their personal lives produces my favorite moments in the series and I’m excited for viewers to experience the gritty but beautiful world of Navarro College Cheer.”
“Cheer” is produced by One Potato Productions, Boardwalk Pictures and Caviar. Whiteley executive produces for One Potato. Adam Leibowitz serves as supervising producer, and Arielle Kilker and Chelsea Yarnell also produce. For Boardwalk Pictures, Andrew Fried and Dane Lillegard executive produce. For Caviar, executive producers are Jasper Thomlinson and Bert Hamelinck.
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