Netflix's "Cheer" began streaming on Jan. 8 and fans are already asking for Season 2.

The new docu-series follows the cheerleaders at Navarro College in Corsicana, Texas as they assemble their routine for the National Cheerleaders Association Championship in Daytona Beach, Florida. Throughout the six episodes, viewers watch team members Morgan Simianer, La'Darius Marshall, and others compete for the coveted national title. 

Will fans of the Netflix series get to see a continuation of the team's story?

In a new interview with Entertainment Tonight, Gabi Butler, Lexi Brumback, and Jerry Harris discussed what the future could look like. When asked if they wanted a second season of the cheerleading series, Brumback said that she would "not be opposed." That sentiment was echoed by Butler, who said she too would be interested in a continuation of their team's story. The full interview can be seen below.

Speculation about a follow-up has continued to surround the Netflix series as new rumors sprung up about potential interference caused by a second season. This is due to the fact that Varsity Spirit had blocked the crew from filming their own footage inside the Daytona competition. However, it has been reported that the two parties have been discussing what future filming efforts could look like.

Head Cheer Coach Monica Aldama also addressed what was being said in a recent Facebook post.

"PLEASE know that no rules have been changed as those are the same as last year. Varsity has always been supportive of us and are always there for anything we need. Let’s stop sharing those news stories because they do not contain accurate information," she wrote, leading to further speculation of new episodes in the future. Her post can be seen below.

For now, fans will just have to wait and see if the Navarro College team return with new episodes on the streaming platform in the future.

"Cheer" is now streaming on Netflix.

Cheer From left: La’Darius Marshall, coach Monica Aldama, Gabi Butler and Jerry Harris attend the Build Series to discuss "Cheer" on Jan. 29, 2020 in New York City. Photo: Jim Spellman/Getty Images