Cheer (2022)

Cheer Parents Guide and Age Rating (TV-Series 2020-22)

Cheer Parents Guide Parents

Cheer is a Netflix American sport television docu-series. Created by Greg Whiteley and Production companies are One Potato Productions, Boardwalk Pictures Caviar. Distributed by Netflix.

Cheer Age Rating

After Life rated TV-MA for sex, language, substances.

TV-MA Rated means Mature Adult. Program-rated TV-MA is intended to be viewed by mature, adult audiences and may be unsuitable for children under 17. Contains content that is unsuitable for children. Children Under 17 Require Accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian.

Cheer season 2 Release Date

Netflix series Cheer season is set to be released on January 12, 2022.

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Cheer Parents Guide and Age Rating (TV-Series 2020-22)
Cheer Parents Guide and Age Rating (TV-Series 2020-22)

Series Name Cheer
Genre

Documentary

Age Rating TV-MA
Created by Greg Whiteley
Season 2
Episodes 15
Official website Netflix

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Cheer Parents Guide

  • The series contains sexuality, sexual abuse, and sexting.
  • The cheerleaders wear revealing outfits, skin-tight sportswear, and swimsuits.
  • Mild violence. Cheerleaders are injured multiple times throughout the season. 
  • Profanity and use of moderate language.
  • Use of drugs & Smoking.
  • Some drug references when some cheerleaders talk about their risky behavior.
  • The cheerleaders talk about their lives, and their stories involve trauma, abuse, abandonment, crime, depression, and suicide. The stories can be very upsetting.

What is ‘Cheer‘ about?

The series follows the nationally ranked forty-member Navarro College Bulldogs Cheer Team from Corsicana, Texas, under the direction of coach Monica Aldama, as they prepare to compete in the National Cheerleading Championship held annually in Daytona Beach, Florida. The episodes focus especially on five individual Cheer Team members and include elements of the history of cheerleading, including the formation of the National Cheerleaders Association (NCA).

As the series begins, the Cheer Team has won fourteen NCA National Championships in the junior college division, as well as five “Grand Nationals” for the highest score of all teams in the competition. One of their closest competitive rivals, also a junior college, is Trinity Valley Community College in Athens, Texas, roughly forty miles away.

The final episode addresses the outsized influence of Varsity Brands—just acquired by Bain Capital—that seems to control most aspects of the billion-dollar competitive cheerleading industry, including broadcast rights of the Daytona finals.

Cheer Parents Guide and Age Rating (TV-Series 2020-22)
Cheer Parents Guide and Age Rating (TV-Series 2020-22)

Who is in the cast of Cheer?

  • Jerry Harris as Self
  • Gabi Butler as Self
  • Morgan Simianer as Self
  • Monica Aldama as Self
  • Shannon Woolsey as Self
  • Lexi Brumback as Self
  • La’Darius Marshall as Self

Cheer Official Trailer

Cheer Age Rating and Cheer Parents Guide

Know Cheer Parents Guide. Why does Cheer receive this age rating? Read the complete information here about the Cheer age rating in the UK, US, Australia, Canada, Ireland, Switzerland, and overseas.

In fact, the age rating, fixed by MPAA( Motion Picture Association of America TV Series rating system),  BBFC (British Board of Film Classification), and Commons sense, TV Parental Guidelines (A television content rating system in the United States).

Netflix series rated 16 in Argentina and M in Australia. In Singapore, this series is rated M18 and 15 in South Korea. Moreover in the United States cheer series is rated TV-MA.

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