It can be hard to keep track of all the gems Netflix keeps dropping. From sappy romcoms to intense thrillers, there’s enough to keep everyone busy for multiple lifetimes. But there’s one show in particular that fans everywhere can’t stop watching and talking about: Cheer. The docuseries follows Navarro College’s competitive cheer squad as they work their butts off to win the national title. It makes for super compelling television, and these tweets about Cheer prove that fans just can’t get enough of it.
ME WATCHING CHEER EPISODE 1: where are the pom poms
ME WATCHING CHEER EPISODE 6: if monica gives these flyers the privilege of performing on mat for daytona then they simply must nail pyramid because this is navarro and it takes more than a flawless basket to
— Ben Rosen (@ben_rosen) January 13, 2020
me, yesterday: what is this cheer thing on Netflix?
me, now: if you come for jerry, i will herky my big toe into your fucking mouth. coach monica and her french manicure square acrylics?! i would PAY HER to smack me across the face with that iPad! LA’DARIUS HIVE LET ME HEAR YOU
— Emma Tyler (@EmmaStoneTyler) January 10, 2020
Me, starting “Cheer” on Netflix: okay, this looks like it could be some mindless fun
Me, after three episodes: Let’s GO, Morgan, you are STRONG YOU CAN MAKE MAT, girl. JERRY, you beautiful human, KEEP UP THE POSITIVITY!!!#CheerNetflix
— Sammie Purcell (@slammie8) January 10, 2020
I don’t even know Jerry but he can have one of my kidneys if he ever needs it. #CheerNetflix pic.twitter.com/GGdIxsbEEm
— Marjorie 313 (@ItsMarjorie313) January 11, 2020
Me, at noon: Hmm, maybe I’ll check out this “Cheer” documentary; seems sorta interesting.
Me, four hours later: Jesus christ if Morgan does not point her toes during this full out, then we have no chance of winning at Daytona. #cheer #CheerNetflix
— Kellie Kellie (@kellie_kellie_) January 12, 2020
um CHEER on Netflix is more stressful than any horror movie, I won’t sleep tonight
— Shay Spence (@chezspence) January 13, 2020
Me watching #Cheer on @netflix Episode 1 : Has no knowledge of or experience in competitive cheerleading
Five hours later: If Jerry were on mat Sherbs would have never fallen through that basket toss before Daytona.
— Tiffany (@iamtgar) January 11, 2020
Best Picture – CHEER
Best Cinematography- CHEER
Best Screenplay – CHEER
Best Actor – La’Darius (CHEER)
Best Actress – Morgan (CHEER)
Best Supp Actor – Jerry (CHEER)
Best Supp Actress – Lexi (CHEER)
Best Direction – Bong Joon Ho (Parasite)
— Toni Collette’s Ponytail (@KimberlyCondict) January 11, 2020
Now that I’ve spent 6 hours of my life watching the entire cheer documentary on Netflix , i feel like I have the right to know what #fiofmu means
— crybaby lex (@alexyajayde) January 9, 2020
Cheer on Netflix is a SLEEPER, yes this is a cheerleader reality that show, but all of the sudden the show shifts and becomes a conversation on monopoly in the cheer industry and big tech companies. LIKE WTF AM I WATCHING, THIS IS SO GOOD pic.twitter.com/35udZPusXs
— CAH-BRO-NAH (@friedpapita) January 9, 2020