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During the 2010 Television Critics Association press tour in Los Angeles on July 29, 2010, producer Murphy said the series "was inspired by aspirational sports movies of the 1980s like Breaking Away, Vision Quest, and Pittsburgh-set Flashdance", and also added that "Hellcats is a show either for optimists or for people who are interested in learning the trade".
The CW Network attempted to break the Guinness World Records mark for the "Largest Cheerleading Dance" at a single venue by inviting cheerleading squads to participate in a five-minute choreographed Hellcats dance in September 2010.
Once we have enough, we're gonna put it on i Tunes and definitely do a soundtrack album."In order to gain a scholarship and stay in school, pre-law student Marti Perkins tries out for the cheerleading squad.
She eventually makes it by becoming friends with Savannah Monroe, the head cheerleader.
Hellcats follows Marti Perkins, a pre-law college student at Lancer University, who lost her scholarship and has no other choice but to join the college's cheer squad, the Hellcats, in order to obtain a new one.
There she meets her new roommate and team captain Savannah Monroe, the injured flyer Alice Verdura, her new partner Lewis Flynn and the Hellcats coach Vanessa Lodge who hopes to win nationals, otherwise the cheer leading program will be cut.
Savannah goes on a date with Dan and asks Marti and the rest of the squad to accompany her.It received mixed reviews during its first season, obtaining a Metacritic weighted average score of 51 percent, based on the impression of 22 critics.The series also earned a nomination in the 2011 People's Choice Awards.Savannah's mom invites her to a praying circle for Charlotte's health but it's the same time of the competition.Savannah confides in Marti about her uptight Christian parents disowning her because of her choice in transferring from Memphis Christian to the secular Lancer University; Marti confides in Savannah that in the past her mother's presence also tenses her up and makes her lose her concentration (the reason she failed in a past gymnastics competition).
The CW later gave a full season order for the series, with executives saying they were "thrilled that it paid off for us".