A stylish reality series that follows the private lives, dramas and quirky personalities of the ladies of Texas Roller Derby. The first half of each episode focuses on their off-track lives... See full summary »
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A stylish reality series that follows the private lives, dramas and quirky personalities of the ladies of Texas Roller Derby. The first half of each episode focuses on their off-track lives in the days leading up to the roller derby competition, featured in the second half. Recurring themes touch on strength, individuality, rebellion, feminism and comraderie. Written by rooprect

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A new spin on drama

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It's All About The Girls!
22 February 2006 | by (usa) – See all my reviews

It's not about roller derby, it's not reality TV, but it is about the girls who do roller derby in Austin, Texas...and, it's a documentary about their trials and tribulations, their daily lives, their pains and pleasures...genuine human stuff. You could use the same documentary techniques on the WWF guys or folks who do origami and I bet it would be interesting to watch because it's all about living life large.

Yeah, if you're just looking for skin, something akin to mud wrestling, then this isn't it. It's not speed or figure skating, either.

However, if you're interested in how other people live, you don't much care for stereotypes, and wish to get to know some folks who may just be not all that different from yourselves, then I think you'll really enjoy ROLLERGIRLS.

I was hooked on the first show. The girls are fascinating, not what I expected, and they're real.


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