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Seriously, What Does FIOFMU Stand for in the New Netflix Docuseries 'Cheer'?


Contrary to popular belief, cheerleading IS a sport. Combining gymnastics, dance skills, and acrobatics, the world of competitive cheerleading pushes athletes' bodies to their limit all for one moment, a two-minute and 15-second routine. Netflix's new documentary, Cheer, gives viewers an inside look at the blood, sweat, and tears that goes into the collegiate sport.

Directed by Greg Whiteley, the creator of Last Chance U, New York Doll, and Most Likely to Succeed, the six-episode series brings viewers to a small junior college in Corsicana, TX.  

The show follows the 14-time NCA (National Cheerleading Association) champions, Navarro College Cheer, as they prepare for the big competition in Daytona Beach, FL.