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New Power Rangers Beast Morphers Trailer Released

At long last, it’s time to active beast power!

A brand new trailer for Power Rangers Beast Morphers has finally been released, and for the first time, fans can check out original footage not previously seen in Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters, the season’s Japanese counterpart.

Click here to watch the full Power Rangers Beast Morphers trailer!

The new trailer features a first look at:

•Evox, the season’s primary villain
•Cybervillains Blaze & Roxy
•The Rangers’ morph sequence
•The Megazord cockpit
•The Red Ranger’s Megazord cockpit mode

The season will premiere on March 2 on Nickelodeon.

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Power Rangers Beast Morphers will have 22 episodes, and air on Nickelodeon in 2019 (click here to recap).

Hasbro’s Power Rangers Beast Morphers toys will begin hitting store shelves in Spring 2019. Fans can check out the official Power Rangers Beast Morphers synopsis below.

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. Featuring never-before-seen leather suits and an all-new beast-themed arsenal (including dynamic new Zords), fans should get ready for a season full of secret ops and morphinominal fun.

Power Rangers Beast Morphers stars Rorrie Travis as Devon the Red Ranger, Jasmeet Baduwalia as Ravi the Blue Ranger, Jackie Scislowski as Zoey the Yellow Ranger, Abraham Rodriguez as Nate, Colby Strong as Blaze, Liana Ramirez as Roxy, Kristina Ho as Betty, and Cosme Flores as Ben.

The newest trailer was uploaded on YouTube by theagames10.

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          1. You have low standards dude. If quality isn’t what you want, you’re not a real fan, you’re complacent like the rest of the sheep that worshiped Saban’s ugly ways. Good thing Hasbro is here to fix things.

    1. Oh thank God, I’m not the only one. It really feels like the show is dumbing itself down, just to not upset the parents of children or something like that. What happened to the idea of action/adventure show that people of any age could enjoy? Besides Dino Charge, everything feels like it’s directly aimed towards toddlers since 2011 with almost zero consideration for the adult audiences that have been following since MMPR.

      1. Oh shut up you stupid freaking idiot. Your opinion is meaningless and so are you. You don’t like the current setup for Power Rangers, that just means you’re too old for the show and should just move on. Get the F*** out of here

        1. Boi, I’m nineteen years old, and I’ve been watching the show ever since I was a wittle toddler popping in a vhs tape of Green with Evil & Curse of the Cobra from Lightspeed Rescue. I have sat on my @ss long enough, absorbing and analyzing the narratives of many projects to know that shows like Zeo, In Space, Lost Galaxy, Time Force, Dino Thunder, Mystic Force, SPD, RPM, even MMPR, have provided much more entertaining material than any Power Rangers production since 2011. I’m also old enough to respect the opinions of others and not insult them when they don’t agree with me, now go sit in the corner and think about what you said.

            1. And yet you speak to me in the most disrespectful manner, acting like a child when I dislike something, and all because I say, “Power Rangers should be show that everyone can enjoy?” I’m sorry if that’s what you how an adult should act, then you’re not even teenager yet to my eyes.

  1. Oh thank God, I’m not the only one. It really feels like the show is dumbing itself down, just to not upset the parents of children or something like that. What happened to the idea of action/adventure show that people of any age could enjoy? Besides Dino Charge, everything feels like it’s directly aimed towards toddlers since 2011 with almost zero consideration for the adult audiences that have been following since MMPR.

  2. TBH, I’m very cautious about this season, but this already looks like a step up from every previous season from the past 8 years.

    Hopefully it turns out well.

    1. People seem to forget that Disney did more damage than Saban. Disney cancelled the show in 2009. If it wasn’t for Saban, PR would be a dead brand.

      1. Maybe, but we still got shows like SPD and RPM from that era. Not all of it was a disaster. I would argue Dino Charge was the only good thing to come out of the Neo-Saban Era though.

      2. Disney did no damage whatsoever, just because the company didn’t like the franchise doesn’t mean that the Production Crew didn’t. There was clearly more care put into the entire Disney Era than the Neo-Saban Era ever had.

  3. Honestly i think it looks awesome, to all the ppl who are saying “oh it looks like any other season and blah blah it looks cheesy its made for kids.. DONT WATCH IT THEN !!!!! Very simple u dont like it then dont watch it and let the real fans enjoy it without the constant neonsaban era sucked crap, ITS A KIDS SHOW THAT ADULT WHO GREW UP ON PR HAPPEN TO ENJOY so much unnecessary negativity tward a show thats not even out yet

    1. YES!!! THANK YOU!!! Someone else with some intelligence speaks the truth. I applaud you man. And you are spot on right. There is so much negatively in this fandom, it makes me sick. Makes me want to vomit. And these are the same clowns who think Super sentai is SO much better than Power Rangers. BS to the MAX!!!

    2. THAT PART!!! This is what I’ve been saying. Like, for the past two years, I’ve been hearing “Ninja Steel sucks, it’s the worst, it’s not for adults, it’s not for kids, the Neo-Saban era needs to go!!”, and this was mainly coming from blogs and YouTube videos (i.e. Den of Geek, Japanime, etc.). While, I respected their opinions, it came across as too much nitpicking. Personally, the Neo-Saban era. Sure, it had it’s flaws, but every Power Rangers show has had its fair share of them. Ninja Steel was a decent season with their flaws, but the hate train needs to slow do a bit and stop watching it if it’s “too cheesy” or “if it’s a chore to watch”

      1. 2 seasons from Disney that were crap (boring) – Mystic Force & Operation Overdrive.

        Ninja Storm, Dino Thunder, SPD, Jungle Fury & RPM were (still are) great, even take shots at itself.

        Neo-Saban is so bad (except for Dino Charge) – rushed writing, bad acting, copy and paste from Sentai etc.

        We don’t want MMPR anymore, we want intelligent writing, good acting, good storylines etc. NOT copy and paste Sentai, stupid characters – Victor & Monty (Bulk/Skull) etc.

      2. michael the disney era was awesome the original saban era was awesome the neo saban era was ok and this is coming from somebody who loves every season

        1. Hasbro Era is gonna be the best I just know it. And there is a big backlog of Super Sentai that can be adapted for future seasons. Toqger, Zyuohger, Kyuranger, Lupin vs pat, and Ryusolger.Decisions Decisions. I’m one of 5 people who would like to see Toqger as a PR season.

  4. For those who keep talking negative about the Neo Saban Era, may I remind people power rangers was originally created at first for kids. So they can’t use things most adults enjoy because they have to keep it kid friendly with things that won’t scar kids or negatively infulence kids. Also almost every power ranger season has had flaws like leaving plot holes or sticking to close to the sentai counterpart. I guarantee no matter how good Beast morphers is some people are still gonna hate it

    1. I think you mistake it when people say, “I want more adult material in children’s programming, so that it’s not culturally inappropriate for me to watch it by myself, with people my age or my children.” that we want cursing, pop-culture references, and sexual nods. No, I want a show that’s written & performed maturely, that doesn’t rely on stereotypical kid-like demographics that ignore the older audiences that have been here since Day 1. Look at shows like Adventure Time and Avatar: The Last Airbender, they are targeted for children, but there’s so much effort and love put into them that many adults can sit down and watch them because they’re just such quality programming. They are entertaining for adults because that’s the sort that’s put into them, just it’s meant for children does not exclude the fact that people need to try.

        1. Michael, if you don’t stop harassing people, I’m going to report you to the websites admin. Children also use this site don’t forget, so this is your first and only warning, please stop.

          1. Last post and then I’m leaving. I don’t hate the disney seasons, I just hate Disney and the way they handled the franchise but not promoting it, not trying to make it popular, and failing to give it back that mainstream appeal that MMPR had. I also hate Disney for taking PR off ABC Family in 2006. I couldn’t watch the 2nd half of Mystic Force, and the last 3 seasons under Disney. I have a personal grudge against Disney for many reasons regarding Power Rangers. But don’t get it twisted. I like nearly all of PR that disney was responsible for. Expect Overdrive, that one sucks. I have not supported Disney at all since 2008. I don’t watch any of the Marvel and Star Wars movies and I don’t support all their live action remakes they’ve been doing. All cause they dropped the ball on PR

            1. Thanks for speaking your site Michael, I respect your opinion. See? We just had a civil discussion and you calmed explained your side. It wouldn’t hurt doing that with everyone else.

            2. @MIchael

              I hope you are leaving for good. You are disturbing the peace of PR fans who check out Sentai, who act mature and aren’t childish like you are. Bye.

      1. I respect your opinion, and no one bash me for this. And I do find this to be true on some occasions. However, there are some people who want PR to be like a “Doctor Who” type show. I hear, mainly about Ninja Steel, that it was the writing that got people upset and blaming Becca Barnes and Alwyn Dale. I looked up and Becca Barnes wrote, along with Chip Lynn, some of the good episodes for Dino Charge and Dino Supercharge, so they must be doing something right. But, at the end of the day, when it all boils down, it will still be a kids show. I know that kid shows deserve good writing, but we got to understand that a lot of the writing has to be inclined to kids most of the times

  5. Why are people fighting in the comments? lol. It’s a 30 second teaser for a Power Rangers show, check out the full episode, then make your own judgement on whether or not you want to see it.

    1. michael nobody is ignorant. i like the neo saban era but it will never hold a candle to the original saban or disney era. you need to let other people have opinions without insulting them. while i like the neo saban era i can see why others do not.

  6. i still wonder who Ben and Betty are going to be could these be the names of some important allies to the rangers or just minor characters like victor and Monty being the comic relief characters of this season.

  7. I think this is the best Power Rangers adaptation we’ll get. More original footage, yet they keep the original Japanese feel. The reason for that being the suits for the monsters in Sentai degrade quickly, so they need to get them within a certain time period. The unfortunate fact was they did Go-Busters too late in the years, and by now, the monsters suits in Japan are already degrading in dumps somewhere. So, Hasbro made the smart decision to remake the suits. They also made new upgrade suits, and helmets. One of their other smart ideas was using the Dark Buster suit from the early episodes on. Dark Buster was an evil variation that was rarely seen in the later episodes of Go-Busters, so to see this outfit more regularly used is a better idea. So here’s the thing: if you’re going to knock Power Rangers Beast Morphers, remember this thing I’ll say right now: the past seasons had only so much to work with, having certain writers, cast members, and people controlling the show, not to mention packing as much of their own audio into the busy visual material provided to them by Toei Corporation Ltd.

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