Three college cheerleaders (and after-school go-go dancers) use their martial arts skills to save their Sensei from mafia kidnappers, but must keep their extracurricular activities a secret to realize their Ivy League dreams at Brown.
Real estate agents Tarek and Christina flip houses in Southern California by purchasing old homes in need of TLC and renovating them to perfection. The couple re-sells the houses for a ... See full summary »
Tarek El Moussa,
Christina El Moussa,
Taylor El Moussa
Desperate to meet new girls, six down-on-their-luck guys come up with the ultimate plan to hook up - cast a fake movie. When tons of hot chicks show up for the audition, it's a matter of who's willing to go the farthest to get the part.
Set in Pittsburgh's renowned Abby Lee Dance Company, owned and operated by notoriously demanding and passionate instructor Abby Lee Miller, the series follows children's early steps on the ... See full summary »
I think cheer leading in general is sexist, not to mention outdated.
This show is shocking to watch at times seeing Kelly Finglass and her cronies measure up these young women more at times based on how thin and pretty they are than on their actual talent. On the flip side, all they're there for is entertainment purposes during half time. As long as these girls know that, understand that and are okay with it, then keep on. I however, think it's crappy and think that they should go use their dancing abilities for something else instead of parading around like eye candy. They have so much to offer! This show exploits these women. And why does Kelly always have that scowl on her face? She looks like she just ate a cockroach.
The main reason I even watched this show is because I'm a dancer and enjoyed watching the dance rehearsals.
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