Best Cheerleader Movies & TV Shows

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I’ve never been one to follow sports except maybe during an Olympic year where everyone and their mothers can talk. I’m not a girl in the sports biopic or sports drama genre, either. But there is one type of sport that I have seen, as a young millennial who loves’ 90s romantic comedies, in some of my favorite shows and movies: cheerleading.

Of course, the idea of ​​the hot, blonde, energetic and popular cheerleader is outdated at this point. But while that archetype still exists, there are a bunch of movies and TV shows that show that this isn’t all the kind of cheerleader-centric entertainment. And we’ve rounded up some of the best on this list.

Bring it on

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It is the cheerleader movie. A classic. Torrance (Kirsten Dunst) is now the new captain of the Toro cheerleading squad, and she is very pleased with their chances of winning the national championship for the sixth consecutive year. That is, until she finds out their routines have been stolen from a team in East Compton called the Clovers, led by their team captain Isis (Gabrielle Union).

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Sugar and spices

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Popular high school head cheerleader Diane (Marley Shelton) finds out she is pregnant with the child of her star boyfriend, quarterback Jack (James Marsden). They are both kicked out of their homes and move in together, but struggle to stay together just on Jack’s part-time work pay. His A-Squad teammates decide to help him by plotting to rob a bank.

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But I’m a cheerleader

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Megan (Natasha Lyonne) is living her best teenage life. She does well in school, is on the cheerleader team, has a handsome athletic boyfriend … but her family seems to think something else is going on with her. Before she realizes it herself, they tell her they think she’s gay and send her to a training camp called True Directions, meant to get her back on the right track. There, she meets Graham (Clea DuVall) and she discovers more things about herself than she ever thought to explore before.

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I have to throw it!

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Yolanda (America Ferrera) and Daisy (Camille Guaty) convince their college’s new biology teacher, Ms. Bartlett (Susan Egan) to be the new coach of their cheer dance team. And as they encounter setbacks and disagreements, the group of five young Latinas finally come together.

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Poms

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Martha (Diane Keaton) moves to a retirement community. But being an introvert, she isn’t keen on meeting neighbors or participating in activities like shuffleboard, golf, bowling, or BINGO parties. But then she meets Sheryl (Jacki Weaver) who pulls her out of her shell and convinces her to form a cheerleader team with other residents in their community.

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Applaud

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This six-part docuserie follows the cheering team of the Navarro College Bulldogs, their team members, and their many different stories as they prepare for one of the most important competitions of their lives. It shows the discipline, hard work, blood, sweat and tears it takes for these student-athletes to compete under the guidance of their trainer Monica Aldama.

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Kim possible

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Average basic high school cheerleader by day, super crime-fighting agent by night. Kim Possible is found in the most interesting adventures. And with the help of her best friend Ron, her naked wireworm Rufus, the tech genius Wade, along with her moves of joy, she is able to save the world one day at a time.

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Joy

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Look, I know this show is mostly about the glee club at its center. But the cheerleading squad is a major plot point in this series. Quinn (Diana Agron), Santana (Naya Rivera), and Brittany (Heather Morrison) are some of the most iconic foes turned friends, and we can see their lives as squad members and the personal issues they deal with. .

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Hit the ground

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This show takes cheerleaders out of school and into the big leagues. It follows the story of the famous Los Angeles Devil Girls, the cheerleaders of a fictional pro basketball team called the Los Angeles Devils. With their cut-throat standards and all the tension on and off the court, this series is filled with juicy drama.

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Cheer Squad

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Follow the Great White Sharks, a Canadian world champion cheerleading team, as they go through the moves of life and face the pressures of training, school, work and relationships.

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The man of the house

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Van Redin

Five cheerleaders – Anne (Christina Milian), Teresa (Paula Garcés), Evie (Monica Keena), Heather (Vanessa Ferlito) and Barb (Kelli Garner) – witness a murder. Now Texas Ranger Roland Sharp (Tommy Lee Jones) has to watch and make sure they don’t get killed. And to be successful, he has to infiltrate as a coach.

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Fired!

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Shawn (Nicholas D’Agosto) and Nick (Eric Christian Olsen) are high school football stars who are tired of going to football camp every summer. So this year, they decide to shake things up in the hopes of fucking (what else?). They sign up to join their school’s cheerleading squad for the break as they head to cheer camp with some of the country’s top teams, which ends in a competition. But guys find themselves changing their game plan as they get absorbed in it all.

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