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‘America’s Sweethearts: The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders’ has made its official announcement on Netflix

Here’s everything you need to know about “America’s Sweethearts: The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders.”

About

The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders are possibly the most famous cheerleading team in American athletics. They are regulars at major events and have their own fan base in addition to the Cowboys. The show begins with the tryouts and follows the legendary cheer team through the end of Dallas’s NFL season in 2023-2024.

Greg Whiteley, an Emmy Award-winning director, and the crew behind Cheer and Last Chance U are behind the seven-episode series. Behind-the-scenes looks at the “drive, hustle and drama among the cheerleaders and coaches,” including Kelli Finglass, the Cowboys’ longtime cheer director, will be provided by Netflix. After cheering from 1984 to 1988, Finglass, now 59, became the team’s director in 1991.

Watch the official announcement video

Know the makers

The producers of “America’s Sweethearts: The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders” on Netflix are Boardwalk Pictures and One Potato Productions. Campfire Studios is also involved in the project. Additionally, executive producers Andrew Fried and Dane Lillegard of Boardwalk Pictures, Ross M. Dinerstein and Rebecca Evans of Campfire Studios, and Greg Whiteley and Adam Leibowitz of One Potato Productions are producing it as part of a project. Fully professional caliber production team. Greg Whiteley has a strong production background and is substantially involved in the project. He has won two IDA Awards and four Emmy Awards. New York Doll, Resolved, Mitt, Most Likely to Succeed, Last Chance U, Last Chance U: Basketball and Wrestlers are just a few of the films on Whiteley’s docket.