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Source: Netflix

Jerry Harris From 'Cheer' Isn't Anything Like Your Average Cheerleader


Cheer plunges us into a strange world where foot sprains are commonplace and broken bones are a basic professional requirement. 

The Netflix series chronicles the day-to-day life of the adolescents willing to put their life on the line to perform a 2-minute and 15-second-long performance at the NCA All-Star Cheer Competitions. 

By capturing the efforts made by Morgan Simianer, Gabi Butler, Jerry Harris, and the like, Cheer Netflix sheds light on a new side of cheerleading. 

Directed by Greg Whiteley, the creator of Last Chance U, Most Likely to Succeed, and New York Doll, Cheer aims to bring to light the hitherto-unrecognized aspects of cheerleading. 

Framing it as one of the most demanding and dangerous sports out there, Whiteley makes a compelling case for audiences to start considering cheerleading as anything but a mere source of spectacle or a few-minute-long display of grace and sophistication.