SO pleased to report that the new “Cheer” documentary on Netflix is good. Like an all-around well-done show that can appeal to everyone who gives it a shot. I’ve been telling everyone to watch it because I’m convinced anyone can enjoy it. Sort of like the Marvel movies... it doesn’t matter if you follow the subject material; it’s an easy story to get engrossed with that is executed exceptionally well. If you’re not aware: it follows the super stacked Navarro cheer team and its athletes on their way to Daytona (2019). They talk about everything: juggling AS cheer with college, comp strategy, weigh-ins, “cheerlebrities,” bad attitudes from otherwise gifted athletes, Varsity taking over everything they see, moving from a liberal state to a conservative one, time management, personal tragedies, Brad Habermel is in there somewhere... all of it. Go watch it! ETA: the very few negatives that people take away from this show are: 1. Gabi Butler’s parents (who appear to be a bit of a handful, but I’m not the parent of a crazy talented and successful kid so idk if their behavior is warranted or not); 2. Weigh-ins (people are decrying them, but I got the impression they were to monitor if a girl was gaining or losing too quickly); 3. “Tex-Mex food is a way better version of Mexican food” — a Navarro history teacher (who people are now calling on to resign because her misguided attempts to teach cheer transplants about Texas culture were a touch outdated and disrespectful). Would love to hear your thoughts.