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Fans demand more seasons of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders docuseries, but will Netflix deliver?

Here's everything we know about Season Two.
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Netflix’s latest obsession, America’s Sweethearts: Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, has taken over screens and social media alike. From TikTok users nailing the ‘Thunderstruck’ routines to the cheerleaders racking up thousands of new followers, it’s clear the world can’t get enough of this glitzy docuseries.

The seven-part show dives deep into the high-stakes world of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, showcasing the emotional rollercoaster of auditions and training camp under the sharp eyes of director Kelli Finglass and choreographer Judy Trammell. With the season wrapping up and some key members hanging up their pom-poms, fans are left asking: Will there be a season two?

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Will there be a season 2 of America’s Sweethearts Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders on Netflix?

Well, Netflix has rudely left us all hanging with no official confirmation just yet. However, given the show’s top-ranking status on Netflix and the massive fan buzz, it seems almost inevitable. The Dallas Cowboys organization has teased the possibility, expressing excitement over the early success and hinting at more to come.

“While plans are currently undetermined for a second season, the Dallas Cowboys are excited to see the response from the world in the early stages of the show’s release in anticipation of hopefully signing on for more seasons,” The Dallas Cowboys explained in a statement on their organisation’s website.

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Adding to the fun, director Greg Whiteley, who’s no stranger to hit cheerleading shows (remember Cheer?), has dropped some cryptic comments about wanting to delve even deeper into the drama and glitz of America’s most famous cheer squad.

“Our last two or three weeks of filming, we were just starting to hit our stride,” Whiteley told Variety. “Part of it is the stakes are higher when you’re at a place like The Star, where it is the most financially lucrative, valuable sports franchise in all the world.”

The director added, “They have plenty at stake and that breeds a certain culture that’s very buttoned down and can sometimes bump up against a documentary film crew trying to pierce that. I felt like we were just starting to get there as we were wrapping up, and I’d love to have more time to see if we can get deeper and deeper with more and more of the team.”

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So, will we see the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders back for another round of high kicks and high drama? The signs are promising, and if Netflix knows what’s good for them, they’ll give the fans what they want. Stay tuned for more updates, and keep practising those routines—you might just need them for season two!

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