Cheer Up! Cheer viewers, the upcoming season of Cheer has already received a trailer as well as a release date. Season 2 of Cheer will premiere earlier than expected. It’s literally right around the corner.
Monica Aldama, a hard-working head cheer coach in the little town of Corsicana, Texas, expects excellence from her group of competitive college athletes.
The episodes focus on the following individual Cheer Team members and contain elements of cheerleading history.
The second season of ‘Cheer’ started filming in secret in January 2020, as the show was becoming a phenomenon, the upcoming season is actually going to be a focus on Navarro arch-rival Trinity Valley Community College’s coach and cheerleading team.
Cheer Season 2 Official Release Date
Ready for another spectacular season? The upcoming season of ‘Cheer’ is going to premiere on 12 January, 2021. This season will consist a total of 8 episodes.
The Navarro cheer squad has returned, but they have a lot more to worry about than perfecting their pyramid. Cheer has a two-year gap between seasons 1 and 2, so the show will have to cover a lot of material.
What To Expect From Season 2 Of ‘Cheer’?
This season also features a closer look at Trinity Valley Community College, Navarro’s neighboring opponent. The TVCC Cardinals were briefly referenced in Season 1, but they eventually fell, finishing second in Daytona 2019; however, the new trailer depicts a motivated team ready to take on their Goliath.
Episodes will focus on both teams’ struggles on and off the cheerleading floor, such as how Navarro members deal with their newfound celebrity and the headlines of former teammate Jerry Harris’ arrest in September 2020 for allegedly producing child pornography, which was accompanied by additional federal charges in December.
‘Cheer’ Season 2 Trailer
In the trailer, Aldama says about Harris, “I can’t even, like, process it right now.”
Watch the official trailer of the upcoming season below.
“Don’t come to the Valley simply to be famous,” advises head coach Vontae Johnson. “Come because you want to be the best.” The trailer, in particular, emphasizes TVCC tumbler Angel Rice, nicknamed “the Simone Biles of cheerleading,” as a strong new rival for the Bulldogs.
The official synopsis of the upcoming season follows: “As with the Navarro team, TVCC has a charismatic coach and breakout stars whose struggles, triumphs and stories extend far beyond the mat. As both teams push for the 2021 championship in Daytona, familiar faces take compelling detours and new contenders make a name for themselves.”
Let’s wait and see what the upcoming season has in store for us in January. Stay tuned with us for more updates.