Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team is an American reality show based on Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. First aired on Country Music Television on September 29, 2006. The plotline revolves around The procedure of interviewing and establishing the annual squad of Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders.
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CMT recently confirmed its most successful and longest-running Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders series: Making the Team has been renegotiated for a momentous season 15, which will make an appearance later this fall.
Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team consistently manages to make a new record rating beast for CMT, which debuted in 2006. The show marked its highest-rated season in franchise history, young last summer’s record-breaking Season 14, producing +23 percent rating expansion among viewers P18-49 (Live +3 rating) YOY.
This season gets even more feisty.
As it follows a group of hopefuls as they work their way through the rigorous training camp and fight for a highly-prized spot on one of the legendary teams in America, the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, this season will be unlike any other. In a first for the company, the franchise digitally held worldwide auditions, culminating in one of the most diverse and talented casts to date. Furthermore, within a “bubble,” where hopefuls lived, trained, and filmed together, the organization hosted the DCC Summer Training Camp.
The competition is getting fierce with every audition and contestant than ever before and the drama is sure to follow as the candidates each week must perfect new technically challenging routines to impress longtime coaches Kelli Finglass and Judy Trammell. Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: creating the Team is produced by Triage Entertainment in association with the Government Producers Stu Schreiberg, Eugene Pack, Sir Leslie Stephen Kroopnick, Peter Zasuly, Charlotte Jones Anderson, and Kelli McGonagill Finglass.
How Dallas is coping with the new normal.
Owing to social distancing criteria for COVID-19, this year’s audition could not be held at AT&T Stadium, where usually hundreds of young women wait for their turn to please the judges. Instead, as the second round of judging starts this week, it’s all being done through a video conference.
- Kelli Finglass
- Judy Trammell
- Jay Johnson
- Melissa Rycroft