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Power Rangers
Power Rangers
is an American entertainment and merchandising franchise built around a live action superhero television series. Produced first by Saban Entertainment, later by BVS Entertainment, and today by SCG Power Rangers, the television series takes much of its footage from the Japanese tokusatsu Super Sentai, produced by Toei Company.[1] The first Power Rangers
Power Rangers
entry, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, debuted on August 28, 1993, and helped launch the Fox Kids
Fox Kids
programming block of the 1990s, during which it catapulted into popular culture along with a line of action figures and other toys by Bandai.[2] As of 2001[update], the media franchise has generated over $6 billion in retail sales worldwide.[3] Despite initial criticism that its action violence targeted child audiences, the franchise has continued, and as of 2017[update] the show consists of 24 television seasons of 20 different themed series and three theatrical films released in 1995, 1997 and 2017. In 2010, Haim Saban, creator of the series, regained ownership of the franchise after seven years under The Walt Disney Company.

Contents

1 Premise 2 History

2.1 Adapting the Super Sentai
Super Sentai
series 2.2 Broadcast history

3 Television series 4 Feature films 5 Distribution

5.1 Home media

6 Broadcast 7 Toys 8 Video games 9 See also 10 Notes 11 References 12 External links

Premise Further information: List of Power Rangers
Power Rangers
characters and List of Power Rangers
Power Rangers
villains Since Power Rangers
Power Rangers
derives most of its footage from the Super Sentai series, it features many hallmarks that distinguish it from other superhero series. Each series revolves around a team of youths recruited and trained by a mentor to morph into the eponymous Power Rangers, able to utilize special powers and pilot immense assault machines, called Zords, to overcome the periodic antagonists. In the original series Mighty Morphin, the wizard Zordon
Zordon
recruits "teenagers with attitude" against Rita Repulsa.[4] When "morphed," the rangers become powerful superheroes wearing color-coded skin-tight spandex suits and helmets with opaque visors; identical except in individual rangers' color and helmet design. Morphed Rangers generally possess enhanced strength, durability, agility and combat prowess. Some possess superhuman or psychic abilities such as super-speed, element manipulation, extra-sensory perception or invisibility.[5] In addition, each individual ranger has a unique weapon, as well as common weaponry used for ground fighting.[note 1] When enemies grow to incredible size (as nearly all do), Rangers utilize individual Zords that combine into a larger Megazord. Rangers teams operate in teams of five or three, with more Rangers joining the team later. Each team of Rangers, with a few exceptions, obeys a general set of conventions, outlined at the beginning of Mighty Morphin and implied by mentors throughout many of the other series: Power Rangers
Power Rangers
may not use their Ranger powers for personal gain or for escalating a fight (unless the enemy does so), nor may the Power Rangers
Power Rangers
disclose their identities to the general public.[note 2] The penalty for disobeying these rules, in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, is the loss of their power. As in Super Sentai, the color palette of each Power Rangers
Power Rangers
team changes every series.[note 3] Only Red and Blue appear in every Ranger team, while a Yellow Ranger has been present in every season except Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Dino Charge. Other colors and designations also appear throughout the series.[note 4] A Rangers' color designation also influences their wardrobe throughout the series: civilian clothing often matches Ranger color.[note 5] History Adapting the Super Sentai
Super Sentai
series

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Production of Power Rangers
Power Rangers
episodes involves extensive localization of and revision of original Super Sentai
Super Sentai
source material in order to incorporate American culture and conform to American television standards. Rather than making an English dub or translation of the Japanese footage, Power Rangers
Power Rangers
programs consist of scenes featuring English-speaking actors (either from the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, or the United Kingdom) spliced with scenes featuring either Japanese actors dubbed into English or the action scenes from the Super Sentai
Super Sentai
Series featuring the Rangers fighting monsters or the giant robot (Zord and Megazord) battles with English dubbing. In some series, original fight scenes are filmed to incorporate characters or items unique to the Power Rangers production.[6] Like many of Saban Entertainment
Saban Entertainment
previous ventures in localizing Japanese television for a Western audience, the plot, character names, and other names usually differ greatly from the source footage, though a few seasons have stayed close to the story of the original Super Sentai
Super Sentai
season. Along with adapting the villains from the Super Sentai
Super Sentai
counterparts, most Power Rangers
Power Rangers
series also feature villains with no Sentai counterpart. Generally, the primary antagonist of a Power Rangers series (for example, Lord Zedd, Divatox, etc.) are not adapted from the Sentai. Exceptions to this includes Mighty Morphin, Zeo, Lightspeed Rescue and a few others which only use villains adapted from the Japanese shows. The series that began the franchise, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
(an American adaptation of the 1992 Japanese Super Sentai
Super Sentai
Series, Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger), began broadcasting as part of the Fox Kids
Fox Kids
block of programing that aired on the FOX network. It lasted for three seasons (from 1993 to 1996).[7] Broadcast history

The Saban Entertainment
Saban Entertainment
run of the franchise—beginning with Power Rangers in Space—used this version of the Power Rangers
Power Rangers
logo (1998–2001).

Saban Entertainment
Saban Entertainment
distributed the Power Rangers
Power Rangers
series from 1993 until the end of 2001, and Fox broadcast it until the fall of 2002. The Walt Disney Company
The Walt Disney Company
purchased the franchise as part of a buyout that took place in 2001.[7][8][9][10] This resulted in Fox Family Worldwide becoming ABC Family
ABC Family
Worldwide Inc.[10] This buyout also saw Saban Entertainment
Saban Entertainment
becoming BVS Entertainment
BVS Entertainment
in 2002, from News Corporation, Fox's parent company, and Haim Saban.[10] The show continued to air on Fox until the company replaced its Fox Kids package with "FoxBox" in the United States. Since September 2002, all Power Rangers
Power Rangers
shows had aired on various Disney-owned networks (ABC Kids, Toon Disney
Toon Disney
and Jetix
Jetix
channels worldwide).[7] When Wild Force ended, Disney moved production of the franchise from Los Angeles to New Zealand. This resulted in the closure of MMPR Productions and the dismissal of many members of the production. From Ninja Storm to date, Power Rangers
Power Rangers
is produced in New Zealand. ABC Family, another Disney-owned network, also used to air Power Rangers
Power Rangers
until it did away with its Jetix
Jetix
timeslot after August 31, 2006. On February 12, 2009, Toon Disney
Toon Disney
ended in the wake of Disney XD, ending cable airings of Power Rangers
Power Rangers
in certain areas of the United States. Several ABC affiliate broadcasting groups declined to air most of the Power Rangers series since 2006 due to the lack of FCC-compliant educational and informational content in the programs.[11] The Saban era seasons, starting with In Space, have gone under the "Saban's Power Rangers" moniker, up until Time Force. Since the re-acquisition of Power Rangers
Power Rangers
by Saban in 2010, this practice has continued once again starting with Samurai. Starting in 2005, up until 2007, during its run on Jetix, Power Rangers reruns were aired under the moniker Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Generations, showcasing select episodes from Mighty Morphin through Dino Thunder. An article in The New Zealand
New Zealand
Herald published on March 7, 2009, identified Power Rangers
Power Rangers
RPM as the last season of the Power Rangers run. Production manager Sally Campbell stated in an interview, "...at this stage we will not be shooting another season."[12][13] A September 1, 2009, revision to Disney A to Z: The Official Encyclopedia by Disney's head archivist Dave Smith states that "production of new episodes [of Power Rangers] ceased in 2009".[14] Production of Power Rangers
Power Rangers
ceased and the last[update] series by BVS Entertainment, RPM, ended on December 26, 2009.[12] On October 1, 2009, Bandai
Bandai
released a press release that Disney would re-broadcast Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
starting in January 2010 on ABC Kids in lieu of a new series utilizing footage from the 2009 Super Sentai television series. A new toy line accompanied the series and appeared in stores in the later part of 2009.[7][15][16] ABC's over-the air telecasts ended on August 28, 2010, and turned the hour back to affiliates. On May 12, 2010, Haim Saban
Haim Saban
bought back the Power Rangers
Power Rangers
franchise from Disney for $43 million and announced plans to produce a new season of the television series.[17][18][19] The eighteenth season, Samurai, began airing on Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon
on February 7, 2011,[18][20] with the previous episodes beginning rebroadcast on Nicktoons later that year.[20][21][22] It was also announced that Saban plans to make a new Power Rangers
Power Rangers
movie.[23] On July 2, 2012, it was announced that Saban Brands
Saban Brands
would launch a Saturday morning cartoon block on The CW, called Vortexx, on August 25, 2012, that would air Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Lost Galaxy.[24][25][26][27][28] To commemorate the series' 20th anniversary, Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon
began airing Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Megaforce on February 2, 2013, featuring all of the past rangers from the series' 20-year history in the last episode of the season. On October 1, 2013, Saban Brands
Saban Brands
announced that it had extended agreements with Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon
and Bandai
Bandai
America Incorporated through 2016 for its globally recognized Power Rangers
Power Rangers
franchise.[29] The 90s Are All That
The 90s Are All That
aired Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
as part of Mighty Morphin Weekend in 2013. In May 2014, Saban Brands
Saban Brands
and Lionsgate Films
Lionsgate Films
announced that they are planning to produce a new Power Rangers
Power Rangers
feature film, and would hopefully launch a Power Rangers
Power Rangers
film franchise.[30] The movie, titled simply Power Rangers, was released on March 24, 2017, with mixed reviews and a failure at the box office, as a result, the future of a cinematographic universe for the franchise is uncertain. In January 2016, Saban and Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon
extended their broadcast partnership through 2018.[31] In February 2018, the companies announced that Power Rangers
Power Rangers
would continue airing on Nickelodeon through 2021.[32] Television series Main article: List of Power Rangers
Power Rangers
episodes

Variations of Power Rangers
Power Rangers
throughout the franchise unite

The first six seasons, starting with Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
and ending with In Space, were direct continuations of the preceding season with evolving storylines and character development. The second season began the annual tradition of the Power Rangers
Power Rangers
acquiring new Zords to battle enemies when they grow to an incredible size while the core suites from first season were used except for the White Ranger. The fourth season began the annual tradition of the Power Rangers receiving new powers and Zords similar to the Super Sentai
Super Sentai
series. Beginning with Lost Galaxy, although it had ties with the previous story arc, each Power Rangers
Power Rangers
series had its own self-contained storylines, independent of previous series. Crossover episodes between different series featuring rangers, villains, and other characters from past seasons also began with Lost Galaxy, with a few exceptions.

Season No. Season title Super Sentai
Super Sentai
counterpart Original network First aired Last aired No. of episodes

1 "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" Kyōryu Sentai Zyuranger Fox Kids August 28, 1993 May 23, 1994 60

When the evil witch Rita Repulsa
Rita Repulsa
and her minions Goldar, Squatt, Baboo, and Finster, are freed from their imprisonment on the Moon, the wizard Zordon, with the help of his assistant Alpha 5, enlists five teenagers—Jason Lee Scott, Trini Kwan, Billy Cranston, Kimberly Hart, and Zack Taylor—to become the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
to battle Rita's invasion of the Earth, using their Power Coins and Dinozords to combat her monsters. Rita soon creates her own evil Power Ranger by brainwashing a recent transfer student Tommy Oliver, but the Power Rangers
Power Rangers
are able to free him from her control and he joins their side.

2 "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" Gosei Sentai Dairanger Fox Kids July 21, 1994 May 20, 1995 52

Rita's superior Lord Zedd returns to the Earth to take over for Rita's incompetence, imprisoning her once more. His new monsters prove too powerful for the Dinozords, leading Zordon
Zordon
to empower them into the Thunderzords. Jason, Trini, and Zack leave to join a youth conference in Switzerland, and are replaced by Rocky DeSantos, Aisha Campbell, and Adam Park, respectively, and Rita returns and marries Lord Zedd.

3 "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" Ninja Sentai Kakuranger Fox Kids September 2, 1995 November 27, 1995 33

Rita's brother Rito Revolto comes to Earth and destroys the Power Rangers' Power Coins and Thunderzords. The Power Rangers
Power Rangers
seek out Ninjor, creator of the Power Coins, for new Power Coins giving them new ninja powers and the Ninjazords, and later the Shogunzords. Rita also enchants a new Australian exchange student Kat Hillard into slowly draining Kimberly of her Ranger powers, until the spell is broken; when Kimberly ultimately leaves to train for the Olympics, she entrusts Kat to be her replacement amongst the Power Rangers.

3.5 "Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers" Ninja Sentai Kakuranger Fox Kids February 5, 1996 February 17, 1996 10

When Rita's father Master Vile comes to Earth, he turns back time, turning the Power Rangers, and many of their friends, into children. Zordon
Zordon
calls upon his proteges the Alien Rangers of Aquitar to protect the Earth from Master Vile's monsters and to help work on a machine that would return the child rangers to their proper ages. Unfortunately, only Billy returns to normal as the machine which required the power coins as a power source is stolen by Rito & Goldar allowing Rita & Zedd to destroy the coins. The child rangers then travel throughout time to gather the fragments of the Zeo Crystal to bring time back to normal. During her journey in Africa, Aisha meets Tanya Sloan and realizes that she can do more help to stop the sickness plaguing the wildlife and sends Tanya back with her Zeo Crystal.

4 " Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Zeo" Chōriki Sentai Ohranger Fox Kids April 20, 1996 November 27, 1996 50

With the Zeo Crystal restored, time brought back to normal, and Master Vile defeated, the Rangers are caught off guard when Goldar and Rito destroy their headquarters. Although Zordon
Zordon
reveals he is fine, he warns the Rangers that the Machine Empire
Machine Empire
is planning on conquering the Earth, and the Rangers must use the power of the Zeo Crystal to become the Zeo Rangers to battle them. Billy, who used his scientific prowess to return to his original age during Alien Rangers, decides to work on the Zeo Zords and other machinery, and his presence in the destruction of the previous Command Center leaves him unable to receive the powers of the Gold Ranger, Trey of Triforia, but Jason returns instead. Billy soon begins to age rapidly, a side effect from the regenerator, he used to return to his normal age, and leaves Earth to be healed on Aquitar.

5 " Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Turbo" Gekisou Sentai Carranger Fox Kids April 19, 1997 November 24, 1997 45

After Divatox's plans are foiled, she sets her sights on conquering the Earth, with the Turbo
Turbo
Rangers and eventually the intergalactic police officer the Blue Senturion
Blue Senturion
combatting her monsters. Tommy, Adam, Tanya, and Kat soon retire from being Power Rangers, choosing T.J. Johnson, Carlos Vallerte, Ashley Hammond, and Cassie Chan as their replacements, who are also assisted by the Phantom Ranger. Zordon
Zordon
also leaves, putting Dimitria
Dimitria
in his place.

6 " Power Rangers
Power Rangers
in Space" Denji Sentai Megaranger Fox Kids February 6, 1998 November 21, 1998 43

After Divatox succeeds in destroying the Command Center, she is called off planet to participate in Dark Specter's evil alliance in conquering the universe. T.J., Carlos, Ashley, and Cassie travel into outer space to try to stop him, and meet up with Andros, who they join to become the Space Rangers to stop Dark Specter and his protege Astronema. They eventually awaken Andros' friend Zhane, the Silver Ranger, and free Andros' sister Karone (Astronema) from Dark Specter's control and ultimately use Zordon, captured by Dark Specter, to defeat Dark Specter's armies and free the universe from his control.

7 " Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Lost Galaxy" Seijuu Sentai Gingaman Fox Kids February 6, 1999 December 18, 1999 45

The governments of the Earth decide to send out an experimental space colony Terra Venture, on which Leo Corbett stows away to join his brother Mike on the journey to find new planets. When it encounters a wormhole on the Moon, Leo, Mike, Kai Chen, and Kendrix Morgan go through it and encounter Maya and her planet Mirinoi which is under attack from Scorpius and his minions, led by Trakeena. After Leo, Mike, and Kendrix are stranded, Kai commandeers the Astro Megaship along with its mechanic Damon Henderson to save them. Mike, Kai, Damon, Maya, and Kendrix are chosen by the Quasar Sabers to fight Scorpius, but Mike seemingly falls to his death, leaving Leo to act as the leader of the Galaxy Rangers in his stead back on Terra Venture. Mike later returns after it is revealed the Magna Defender has been using his body as a vessel to fight Scorpius' monsters along with the Galaxy Rangers. Mid-season, Deviot revives the Psycho Rangers and the space rangers come to help. Kendrix ultimately dies while saving the Pink Space Ranger, Cassie and is replaced by Karone. They later must fight Captain Mutiny and his space pirates after they are transported to the Lost Galaxy.

8 " Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Lightspeed Rescue" Kyuukyuu Sentai GoGoFive Fox Kids February 12, 2000 November 18, 2000 40

Carter Grayson, Chad Lee, Joel Rawlings, Kelsey Winslow, and Dana Mitchell are hired by Operation Lightspeed to protect Mariner Bay from a group of evil demons led by Queen Bansheera from taking over the world by fighting as the Lightspeed Rangers. They are later joined by Dana's long lost brother Ryan.

9 " Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Time Force" Mirai Sentai Timeranger Fox Kids February 3, 2001 November 17, 2001 40

When the mutant Ransik and his daughter Nadira escape custody of the Time Force police in the year 3000 by stealing the very prison, they travel back in time to 2001, but not before seemingly killing the Red Time Force Ranger Alex. His subordinates Jen Scotts, Lucas Kendall, Katie Walker, and Trip travel back in time to 2001 and seek out Alex's ancestor Wes Collins, as his DNA unlocks the Time Force Morphers, allowing all of them to become the Time Force Power Rangers
Power Rangers
to recapture the mutants Ransik uses to thwart them and stop the Bio-Lab who ended up creating him. They are ultimately joined by Eric Myers, who uses the Quantum Morpher and Q-Rex to fight.

10 " Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Wild Force" Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger Fox Kids
Fox Kids
(Eps. 1-26) ABC Kids (Eps. 27-40) February 9, 2002 November 16, 2002 40

Jungle man Cole Evans, Air Force pilot Taylor Earhardt, would-be pro-bowler Max Cooper, florist Danny Delgado, and martial artist Alyssa Enrilé are chosen by Princess Shayla of the floating island Animaria to be the Wild Force Power Rangers
Power Rangers
to fight the evil Orgs. They are later joined by Merrick Baliton, one of the original Wild Force Power Rangers
Power Rangers
who used a forbidden power to defeat the Master Org 3,000 years in the past, after he is freed from the power in the present.

11 " Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Ninja Storm" Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger ABC Kids February 15, 2003 November 15, 2003 38

Shane Clarke, Tori Hanson, and Dustin Brooks are bumbling students of Kanoi Watanabe's Wind Ninja Academy, but when Lothor kidnaps the other students, they are all that remain to protect the Earth from Lothor's evil space ninjas as the Wind Rangers. They are also joined in battle by adopted brothers Hunter and Blake Bradley of the rival Thunder Ninja Academy as the Thunder Rangers and Kanoi's son Cam as the Samurai Ranger.

12 " Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Dino Thunder" Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger Jetix
Jetix
(ABC Family) February 14, 2004 November 20, 2004 38

When the evil Mesogog appears to bring the Earth back to the Mesozoic age, Dr. Tommy Oliver
Tommy Oliver
of Reefside reluctantly enlists his students Conner McKnight, Ethan James, and Kira Ford to battle him as the Dino Rangers. Tommy later joins them as a Ranger, once more, as well as Trent Fernandez-Mercer, adopted son of Tommy's once colleague Dr. Anton Mercer, who is Mesogog's alterego.

13 " Power Rangers
Power Rangers
S.P.D." Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger Jetix
Jetix
(ABC Family) (Eps. 1-21) Jetix
Jetix
(Toon Disney) (Eps. 22-38) February 5, 2005 November 14, 2005 38

In the year 2025, the Space Patrol Delta police force protects the galaxy from the Troobian Empire's forces. When their A-Squad of Power Rangers fall in battle, B-Squad members Sky Tate, Bridge Carson, and Syd Drew are joined by rookies Jack Landors and Z Delgado under the direction of Commander Anubis Cruger to be the S.P.D. Power Rangers. They are later joined by Sam, a young boy they save from the Troobian Empire who in the future becomes the Omega Ranger, as well as Cmdr. Cruger as the Shadow Ranger and technical expert Dr. Kat Manx as the Kat Ranger.

14 " Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Mystic Force" Mahou Sentai Magiranger Jetix
Jetix
(Toon Disney) February 20, 2006 November 13, 2006 32

The sorceress Udonna enlists the help of Chip Thorn, Madison Rocca, Vida Rocca, Xander Bly, and new guy in town Nick Russell to become the Mystic Rangers to protect Briarwood and its nearby magical forest from the evil forces of Morticon, who plans on taking over both the magical and human worlds. They are eventually joined by Udonna's old friend Daggeron and his genie Jenji, and Udonna and her long lost husband Leanbow, who has been trapped as the evil Koragg since falling in battle 20 years prior.

15 " Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Operation Overdrive" GoGo Sentai Boukenger Jetix
Jetix
(Toon Disney) February 26, 2007 November 12, 2007 32

Wealthy adventurer Andrew Hartford tasks Will Aston, Dax Lo, Ronny Robinson, Rose Ortiz, and reluctantly his own son Mack to act as the Overdrive Rangers, searching for the jewels of the Corona Aurora before either Flurious or Moltor, and later Kamdor and the Fearcats can. They are later joined by Tyzonn, member of a search and rescue team from the planet Mercuria, who has a past with the Fearcats.

16 " Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Jungle Fury" Juken Sentai Gekiranger Jetix
Jetix
(Toon Disney) February 18, 2008 November 3, 2008 32

The Pai Zhua, or "Order of the Claw", has protected the world from the evil spirit of Dai Shi for nearly ten thousand years. When Jarrod, Lily Chilman, and Theo Martin are chosen by Master Mao to guard the container of Dai Shi's spirit, Jarrod is deemed unworthy and replaced by rookie or "cub" member Casey Rhodes. Angered by this slight, Jarrod attempts to steal Dai Shi's vessel, only to become possessed by his spirit. Mao, who falls in battle, entrusts in best student R.J. to lead the others as the Jungle Fury Power Rangers
Power Rangers
to stop Dai Shi from taking over the world. R.J. later joins them in battle, as does Dom Hargan, a former Pai Zhua student who went to find his path in life.

17 " Power Rangers
Power Rangers
RPM" Engine Sentai Go-onger ABC Kids March 7, 2009 December 26, 2009 32

A malicious and rapidly evolving computer virus known as Venjix has ravaged the Earth, leaving the surviving members of humanity to huddle for safety in the force field protected city of Corinth. To stop Venjix's attacks, led by his humanoid warrior Tenaya, the mysterious Doctor K enlists Scott Truman, Flynn McAllistair, Summer Landsdown, and reluctantly Ziggy Grover and the apparent cyborg Dillon as the RPM Ranger Operators. They are later joined by Gem and Gemma, Doctor K's old friends, who were presumed dead during Venjix's attack.

RV "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" Kyōryu Sentai Zyuranger ABC Kids January 2, 2010 August 28, 2010 32

A rebroadcast of the first half of the first season of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Power Rangers
with an updated opening sequence and visual effects added to the original episodes.

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19 " Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Samurai"

" Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Super Samurai" Samurai Sentai Shinkenger Nickelodeon February 7, 2011

February 18, 2012 December 10, 2011

December 15, 2012 23

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In order to prevent Master Xandred's Nighlok forces from taking over the Earth, Mentor Ji of the Shiba House trains Jayden, Kevin, Mia, Mike, and Emily in the ways of the samurai to fight as the Samurai Power Rangers. They are later joined by Jayden's childhood friend Antonio as the Gold Ranger, who is instrumental in unlocking the group's Super Mode.

20 " Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Megaforce" Tensou Sentai Goseiger Nickelodeon February 2, 2013 December 7, 2013 22

Zordon's protege Gosei calls on high school students Troy Burrows, Noah Carver, Jake Holling, Emma Goodall, and Gia Moran to become the Megaforce Power Rangers
Power Rangers
to battle the invasion of the Warstar Empire. They are later joined by the Robo Knight in his fight against the Toxic Mutants.

21 " Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Super Megaforce" Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger Nickelodeon February 15, 2014 November 22, 2014 20

With the Warstar Empire's forces increasing their invasion, Gosei gives the Rangers new morphers to assume Super Mega Mode, allowing them to call on the powers of all of the previous Power Rangers. They are joined by Orion, a citizen from the planet Andresia.

22

23 " Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Dino Charge"

" Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Super Dino Charge" Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger Nickelodeon February 7, 2015

January 30, 2016 December 12, 2015

December 10, 2016 22

22

When an intergalactic bounty hunter comes to Earth looking for the Energems, entrusted to an alien who lost them during the asteroid bombardment that resulted in the extinction of the dinosaurs, the Dino Charge Power Rangers
Power Rangers
are formed to find the Energems first.

24

25 " Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Ninja Steel"

" Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Super Ninja Steel" Shuriken Sentai Ninninger Nickelodeon January 21, 2017

January 27, 2018 December 2, 2017

TBA 22

TBA

The Power Rangers
Power Rangers
are protecting an item called the Ninja Nexus Prism from the forces of Galvanax, the champion of the universe's most popular intergalactic game show, who wants the Prism, which contains six magical Ninja Power Throwing Stars, to become invincible. The Rangers must master the arsenal of throwing stars, Zords, and Megazords, all made from the titular legendary "ninja steel", to stop Galvanax's warrior contestants sent to Earth to retrieve the Prism, the Steel and the Power Stars for him.

26 " Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Beast Morphers" Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters Nickelodeon TBA TBA TBA

Set in the future, a secret agency combines a newly discovered substance called "Morph-X" with animal DNA to create the Power Rangers Beast Morphers team. The Rangers must fight off an evil sentient computer virus bent on taking over the source of all Ranger power, the Morphin Grid itself.[33]

Feature films The Power Rangers
Power Rangers
franchise has also generated three theatrical motion pictures. The first two are distributed by 20th Century Fox, and the third film released in 2017 by Lionsgate.

Film Release date Box office revenue Director

United States Foreign Total

TV series franchise

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie[34] June 30, 1995 $38,187,431 $28,245,763 $66,433,194 Bryan Spicer

Turbo: A Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Movie[35] March 28, 1997 $8,363,899 $1,251,941 $9,615,840 David Winning
David Winning
and Shuki Levy

Reboot

Saban's Power Rangers[36] March 24, 2017 $84,350,803 $50,525,733 $134,876,536 Dean Israelite

Distribution Power Rangers
Power Rangers
has long had success in international markets and continues to air in many countries, with the exception of New Zealand, where the series filming takes place as of 2009[update]. As of 2006, Power Rangers
Power Rangers
aired at least 65 times a week in more than 40 worldwide markets.[37] Many markets carry or have carried the series on their respective Fox or later Jetix/ Disney XD
Disney XD
channels or have syndicated the program on regional children's channels or blocks, either dubbed into the local language or broadcast in the original English. Since the 2010 acquisition by Saban Brands, international television distribution rights for Power Rangers
Power Rangers
have been managed by MarVista Entertainment.[38][39][40] Broadcast in East Asian territories has been treated differently from in other international markets due to the prevalence and familiarity of 'the Super Sentai
Super Sentai
brand originating in Japan. Power Rangers
Power Rangers
was briefly banned in Malaysia for supposedly encouraging the use of drugs because it contained the word "Morphin'" in its title, which could be associated with morphine. The show eventually aired without the offending word.[41] In Japan, many Power Rangers
Power Rangers
television seasons and movies were dubbed into Japanese for television and video with the voice actors often pulled from past Super Sentai
Super Sentai
casts, leading to the English-dubbed action sequences being "re-dubbed" or "restored" back to Japanese as well. Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Mystic Force is the latest season to be broadcast in Japan on Toei Channel in January 2014, with the Magiranger cast voicing their counterparts. After broadcast of Power Rangers ended in South Korea with Wild Force, Bandai
Bandai
of Korea started airing dubbed Super Sentai
Super Sentai
series under the 파워레인저 (Power Ranger) brand on JEI TV. Some seasons of Super Sentai
Super Sentai
broadcast in South Korea have similarly named titles as their American counterparts, such as Power Ranger Dino Thunder[42] for Abaranger in 2007 and Power Ranger S.P.D.[43] in place of Dekaranger. Home media

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As of October 2009[update], 33 Power Rangers
Power Rangers
DVD collections have been released in the United States:

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie, 1995; 20th Century Fox
20th Century Fox
Home Entertainment Turbo: A Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Movie, 1997; 20th Century Fox
20th Century Fox
Home Entertainment Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie/Turbo: A Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Movie, 1995, 1997; 20th Century Fox
20th Century Fox
Home Entertainment (DVD compilation set of both movies.) The Best of the Power Rangers: The Ultimate Rangers, 2003; BVHE (DVD compilation of episodes from five different seasons of Power Rangers. The episodes include "Forever Red" and "White Light" [Tommy's reintroduction as the White Power Ranger]) Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Ninja Storm Volumes 1–5, 2003; BVHE Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Dino Thunder Volumes 1–5, 2004; BVHE Power Rangers
Power Rangers
S.P.D. Volumes 1–5, 2005; BVHE Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Mystic Force Volumes 1–3 and 'Dark Wish', 2006; BVHE Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Operation Overdrive Volumes 1–5, 2007; BVHE (The release of an entire season for the first time in the US.)[44][45][46] Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Jungle Fury Volumes 1 & 2, 2008; BVHE[47] (Volumes 3-5 are only available in the UK.) Power Rangers
Power Rangers
RPM Volumes 1 & 2, 2009; BVHE[48] Power Rangers
Power Rangers
RPM ' Bandai
Bandai
Demo DVD', 2009; BVHE (A promo DVD given away at Disney Stores. Contains the episode In or Out).[49] Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Samurai Volumes 1–5, 2012; Lionsgate Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Samurai "Monster Bash" and 2 MMPR Halloween episodes; Lionsgate Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Samurai "Christmas Together, Samurai Forever" and 2 MMPR Christmas episodes; Lionsgate Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Super Samurai Volumes 1–4 plus The Complete Series; Lionsgate

Internationally, additional DVD releases have occurred (such as Lightspeed Rescue, Time Force and Wild Force in Germany) and as free DVDs attached to the Jetix
Jetix
magazine, published in the UK. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Season 1, Season 2, and Season 3, Power Rangers Zeo, Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Turbo, and Power Rangers
Power Rangers
In Space have been released in Germany as well in both English and German, with Power Rangers Lost Galaxy only in German.[50][51][52][53][54][55][56] Additionally, Ninja Storm, Dino Thunder, S.P.D., Mystic Force, and Operation Overdrive saw complete boxset releases in the UK.[57][58][59][60][61] In France, Mighty Morphin Season 1 and Season 2 have been released in their entirety in 5 episode DVD volumes, and the first 25 episodes of Season 3 were released in May 2008.[62] In Italy, Mighty Morphin, Zeo, Dino Thunder and S.P.D. have appeared in their entirety. Zeo and S.P.D. were made available as commercial DVDs, while Mighty Morphin and Dino Thunder were issued as bi-weekly volumes at newsstands. The iTunes Store previously made Power Rangers
Power Rangers
episodes available: part of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, all of Power Rangers
Power Rangers
S.P.D., and the first 26 episodes of Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Mystic Force. Subsequent seasons and episodes of the program also made their appearances in the iTunes Store, but as of July 2009[update], Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie is the only Power Rangers
Power Rangers
film available. In 2012, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Season 1 volumes 1 & 2 were released on iTunes to coincide with the DVD releases. As of February 2013, all 3 seasons of MMPR were released on iTunes. On June 15, 2011, all episodes of Power Rangers
Power Rangers
from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Season 1 to Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
re-version were made available for instant streaming on Netflix.[63] As of 2017, all seasons through Dino Super Charge have been made available on Netflix. On March 12, 2012, Shout! Factory announced a home video distribution deal with Saban, which includes the first 17 series of Power Rangers. Shout! Factory released the first seven seasons on DVD in August 2012,[64] seasons 8-12 on November 2013,[65] a 20-year collection on December 2013,[66] and seasons 13-17 on April 2014.[67] On March 22, 2012 Lionsgate Home Entertainment
Lionsgate Home Entertainment
reached a home media distribution deal with Saban to release Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Samurai to DVD and Blu-ray.[68] As of April 2015[update], all series through Super Megaforce are available on the iTunes Store. As of 2016[update], Dino Charge became available on iTunes. Broadcast The series originally aired on Fox's children block, Fox Kids
Fox Kids
from 1993-2002. When Disney bought the rights to Power Rangers, it moved to ABC's Saturday morning block, ABC Kids from 2002-2010. During that time, all seasons aired on the ABC Family
ABC Family
(now Freeform) and Toon Disney's block Jetix. When Saban bought Power Rangers
Power Rangers
back, the series aired new episodes on Nickelodeon, while previous seasons aired on Nicktoons. Toys On February 15, 2018, Saban Brands
Saban Brands
announced that their 25-year partnership with Bandai
Bandai
will end in 2019.[69] The next day, it was confirmed that Hasbro
Hasbro
will be the new "global master toy licensee" for the franchise next year.[70][71] Video games Main article: List of Power Rangers
Power Rangers
video games See also

Television in the United States
United States
portal Film in the United States
United States
portal Science Fiction portal 1990s portal 2000s portal 2010s portal

Big Bad Beetleborgs Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight List of Power Rangers
Power Rangers
cast members Masked Rider Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation Super Sentai Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters from Beverly Hills VR Troopers List of the highest-grossing media franchises

Notes

^ As the series progresses, one or more of the Rangers will usually receive motorcycles for long-distance travel, as well as individual Zords. In many series, a Ranger is also given additional Zords or weapons. In some cases, one Ranger may receive something that other Rangers do not; an example is the Battlizer
Battlizer
given to the Red Ranger of each series since Power Rangers
Power Rangers
in Space (until Operation Overdrive). ^ Public servants (rescue squad, police officers, etc.) appearing as Rangers disregard this convention in Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Lightspeed Rescue, Power Rangers
Power Rangers
S.P.D., Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Operation Overdrive and Power Rangers RPM. ^ An original Power Ranger, the Titanium Ranger, was created especially for Lightspeed Rescue to add a sixth Power Ranger to the series. ^ Other color designations include metallic colors, violet, and "Shadow", as well as protagonists who have powers and costumes similar to those of the Rangers but are not called "Power Rangers", such as the Blue Senturion
Blue Senturion
and Koragg the Knight Wolf. ^ A joke highlighted this correlation in Dino Thunder when Tommy Oliver (a former Green Ranger, White Ranger, and Red Ranger) became the new Black Ranger; he said that he had to go shopping because he did not own enough black-colored clothing.

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External links

Official Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Website Fox Kids
Fox Kids
Official Power Rangers
Power Rangers
website (Archive) Power Rangers
Power Rangers
at Saban Brands Power Rangers
Power Rangers
at TV.com Power Rangers
Power Rangers
at Bandai

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Media

TV series

Saban Entertainment

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
(1993–1995; 2010)

Season 1 2 3 2010 re-version

Alien Rangers (1996) Zeo (1996)

Episodes

Turbo
Turbo
(1997)

Episodes

in Space (1998)

Episodes

Lost Galaxy (1999)

Episodes

Lightspeed Rescue (2000)

Episodes

Time Force (2001)

Episodes

Wild Force (2002)

Episodes

Disney

Ninja Storm (2003)

Episodes

Dino Thunder (2004)

Episodes

S.P.D. (2005)

Episodes

Mystic Force (2006)

Episodes

Operation Overdrive (2007)

Episodes

Jungle Fury (2008)

Episodes

RPM (2009)

Episodes

Saban Brands

Samurai & Super Samurai (2011–2012)

Season 1 2

Megaforce & Super Megaforce (2013–2014)

Season 1 2

Dino Charge & Dino Super Charge (2015–2016)

Season 1 2

Ninja Steel & Super Ninja Steel (2017–2018)

Season 1 2

Beast Morphers (2019)

Films

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (1995) Turbo: A Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Movie (1997) Saban's Power Rangers
Power Rangers
(2017)

Web series

Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Hyperforce (2017–2018)

Video games

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
(1994) The Movie (1995) The Fighting Edition (1995) Zeo: Battle Racers (1996) Lightspeed Rescue (2000) Time Force (2001) Wild Force (2002) Ninja Storm (2003) Dino Thunder (2004) S.P.D. (2005) Super Legends (2007) Legacy Wars (2017)

Others

"Day of the Dumpster" (series premiere) "Go Go Power Rangers" (theme song) "Power Rangers" (song) A Rock Adventure World Tour Live on Stage Collectible Card Game Comics

Mighty Morphin Justice League/Power Rangers

Home video

Mighty Morphin

Universe

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Power Rangers
Power Rangers
(South Korea) Power Rangers
Power Rangers
Dino Force Brave

Corporate

Haim Saban

Saban Entertainment Saban Brands

Shuki Levy Tony Oliver Disney Bandai
Bandai
Namco Entertainment

Bandai

Hasbro

Related Saban series

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Super Sentai

Ishinomori series

Gorenger (1975–1977) J.A.K.Q. (1977)

Shōwa Period series

Battle Fever J
Battle Fever J
(1979) Denziman (1980) Sun Vulcan (1981) Goggle-V (1982) Dynaman (1983) Bioman (1984) Changeman (1985) Flashman (1986) Maskman (1987) Liveman (1988)

Heisei Period series (XX)

Turboranger (1989) Fiveman (1990) Jetman (1991) Zyuranger (1992) Dairanger (1993) Kakuranger (1994) Ohranger (1995) Carranger (1996) Megaranger (1997) Gingaman (1998) GoGoFive (1999) Timeranger (2000)

Heisei Period series (XXI)

Gaoranger (2001) Hurricaneger (2002) Abaranger (2003) Dekaranger (2004) Magiranger (2005) Boukenger (2006) Gekiranger (2007) Go-onger (2008) Shinkenger (2009) Goseiger (2010) Gokaiger (2011) Go-Busters (2012) Kyoryuger (2013) ToQger (2014) Ninninger (2015) Zyuohger (2016) Kyuranger (2017) Lupinranger VS Patranger (2018)

Related media

Chō Ninja Tai Inazuma! Akibaranger Power Rangers Sport Ranger France Five Gatchaman Kyoryuger Brave

See also

Super Hero Time Rangers Strike Project.R Dice-O Kamen Rider Metal
Metal
Hero Pretty Cure

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ABC Kids (2002–2011)

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Even Stevens
(2002–2005) Fillmore!
Fillmore!
(2002–2004) Hannah Montana
Hannah Montana
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(2002–2005) NBA Inside Stuff (2002–2004) Phil of the Future
Phil of the Future
(2004–2006) Power Rangers
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(2002–2010) Recess (2002–2004) Teamo Supremo (2002–2003) That's So Raven
That's So Raven
(2003–2011) The Buzz on Maggie
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