Well we have been waiting patiently for the Dallas Cowboys to make a move and...we got this at least.

Remember the Old Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Show?

From 2006 to 2021, CMT aired the show Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team. The show was very simple. It showed the audition process of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader squad. However, once the squad was set for the season, the show was over. Looks like a new show is coming back that follows the cheerleaders through an entire NFL season.

Netflix Announces America's Sweethearts: Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders

Obviously, since this premieres this summer. The show was recorded during last year's Dallas Cowboys season. I have to be honest as someone who attended many games last year, I didn't notice more cameras on the sideline than usual.

What Will Be Happening on the New Netflix Show?

"The storytelling through this open access will captivate viewers episode after episode and Netflix’s global stage is the perfect platform to showcase it. We went into this understanding that the opportunity to transparently share the journey of our season, and the emotions, challenges and joy experienced along the way, is exactly what our fans and viewers would want," said Dallas Cowboys Executive Vice President and Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders President Charlotte Jones.

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We don't have an official premiere date for this yet, but I would expect it to air sometime in August right when training camp is getting underway. This could be a show that could compete with HBO's Hard Knocks for fans wanting that football fix before the season kicks off.

Biggest Dallas Cowboys Playoff Losses Ever

We're not talking about the most heartbreaking loss or a last second field goal sending the Cowboys home. No, today we're talking about when the Dallas Cowboys got beat down in a playoff game.

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Top Ten NFL Jerseys for the 2023-2024 Season

Let's see which players were the most popular by jersey sales this year. All info taken from Lids.

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