- Network: Netflix
- Series Premiere Date: Jan 8, 2020
Season #: 2, 1
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In a smart narrative shift, Whitely centers a good portion of this season on Navarro's rivals, Trinity Valley Community College. ... Sexual abuse is a topic "Cheer" handles with care and respect, devoting significant time to the survivors, not just the perpetrator. ... "Cheer" does a good job of existing in that middle space, a space where we don't know what's coming and we haven't recovered from what happened, not yet, maybe not ever.
Now aware of its influence and with the added responsibility that comes with it, “Cheer” delivers a fascinating command performance, with all the attention and empathy that the stories at its center demand.
Overall, Cheer is still a fascinating piece of television that feels refreshingly honest in its storytelling. The confidence with which Whiteley and Yarnell tackle this season’s conflicts, whether or not it’s fun to watch, prove that this series is in great hands. Cheer may not be as instantly comforting as it was in its inaugural season, but few shows depicting real life over the past two years have been.