Watch Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team

Being a member of The Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders has been the dream of many young ladies for over 30 years. The program, Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team gives insight on just how difficult but fun that dream is to achieve. Many of the young ladies trying out for the squad have lived for the chance to audition for the elite Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders for years and have molded their lives for the opportunity. Being in shape, being the right height, having the cute smile, and knowing the proper head over the shoulder placement are just a few of the prerequisites of being in the running for the squad. The show, Dallas Cowboys: Making the Team does not sugar coat the grueling process and upfront and personal honesty required to meet the squad essentials. It all comes with the elite status that has become synonymous with the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader program.

The director, Kelli Finglass and choreographer, Judy Trammell take no prisoners. Nonetheless, it is all fair and balanced. The Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders have worked hard over the decades to create a squad that is instantly and certainly recognized by millions. If a young lady wants to join the team she must be ready and willing to put in the hard work.

The show gives viewers an insight into the lives of the young ladies and their experience in trying out for the team. Of course amongst them there is some bickering and snickering for that matter. However, there are more friendships created than enemies. It's sad to see the ladies you have been rooting for be cut. However, there are those who make the cut and become well deserving Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders; that is fun and encouraging and to watch.

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Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team Full Episode Guide

  • Kelli and Judy must cut 10 girls from the squad.

  • Training camp starts and the candidates realize how challenging it is to become a DCC.

  • Twenty-three veterans join the audition process and compete with 59 rookie candidates who are gunning for their spots. Talent and looks alone won't get you on the squad. Dreams are made and hopes are crushed as only 46 make it into Training Camp.

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