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Power Rangers Extends Nickelodeon Partnership


Nickelodeon will continue to be the exclusive home for new TV show seasons of Power Rangers!

Saban Brands has officially announced that Power Rangers will continue to air new episodes on Nickelodeon through 2021 – confirming at least three more seasons will air on the popular kids’ cable TV station.

Under Nickelodeon’s lead, Power Rangers has premiered 22 new episodes per year, including a Christmas and Halloween special. Since the partnership between both sides began in 2011, fans have witnessed seasons ranging from Power Rangers Megaforce, to Power Rangers Dino Charge, to Power Rangers Ninja Steel air on the leading network for kids entertainment.

Currently, fans can watch Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel, the show’s 25th season, airing on Nickelodeon every Saturday at 12pm ET/PT.

The TV show’s next season, set to premiere in 2019, has yet to be announced.

Power Rangers has aired on Nickelodeon each year since Saban Brands regained the show’s rights from Disney in 2011. 2021 will mark the 11th year both sides have partnered to bring viewers new episodes of Power Rangers.

Fans can find the full press release detailing the partnership extension below.

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Saban Brands and Nickelodeon Announce Extension of Power Rangers Broadcast Partnership through 2021

Los Angeles, CA – February 12, 2018 – Saban Brands and Nickelodeon today announced the continuation of their longtime partnership, with Nickelodeon to serve as the official broadcaster for Saban’s Power Rangers television series in the U.S. through 2021.

“Saban’s Power Rangers has been on the air for 25 continuous seasons and we are thrilled to extend our long-standing and collaborative partnership with Nickelodeon through 2021 to continue to deliver action-packed adventures to a new generation of kids,” said Janet Hsu, Chief Executive Officer of Saban Brands. “We are excited for the year ahead and what’s to come for the Power Rangers franchise.”

Pam Kaufman, Chief Marketing Officer and President of Consumer Products, Nickelodeon Group added: “Saban Brands has been a leader in kids’ entertainment since its inception and we look forward to continuing our strong relationship by bringing fans more Power Rangers on Nickelodeon in the coming years.”

In 2018, the Power Rangers celebrate 25 continuous years on the air, making it one of the longest running series in television history with nearly 900 episodes aired to date. Created by Haim Saban and launched in 1993 with Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, the franchise celebrates its milestone anniversary year with the 25th season, “Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel” currently airing on Saturdays at 12 p.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon in the U.S.

The Saban’s Power Rangers television series and subsequent movies, including the 2017 feature film with Lionsgate, follows the adventures of a group of ordinary teens who morph into superheroes and save the world from evil. The TV show airs in 150 markets around the world and is translated into numerous languages. As a top-ranked action brand for decades with more than 150 licensees globally, Saban Brands is commemorating Power Rangers’ landmark 25th year with year-long consumer events, promotions and partnerships.

For more information on Power Rangers, please visit www.powerrangers.com and follow the brand on FacebookTwitter, InstagramRangerNation.com and YouTube. To watch full episodes go to Nick.com and the Nick app.

About Saban’s Power Rangers

Saban’s Power Rangers franchise is the brainchild of Haim Saban, creator and producer of the original, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers hit series that launched in 1993. Following its introduction, “Power Rangers” quickly became the most-watched television program in the United States and remains one of the top-rated and longest running kids live-action series in television history. The series, currently in its 25thseason, follows the adventures of a group of ordinary teens who morph into superheroes and save the world from evil. It is seen in more than 150 markets, translated into numerous languages and a favorite on many key international children’s programming blocks around the world. For more information, visit www.powerrangers.com.

About Saban Brands

Formed in 2010 as an affiliate of Saban Capital Group, Saban Brands acquires, develops and manages a world-class portfolio of entertainment properties. Saban Brands applies a global 360-degree management approach to growing and monetizing its brands through content, digital, marketing, distribution, licensing and retail in markets worldwide. Saban Brands’ growing entertainment portfolio of brands includes Power Rangers, Rainbow Butterfly Unicorn Kitty, Paul Frank, Popples, Glitter Force, Cirque du Soleil Junior – Luna Petunia and La Banda, amongst many others. Saban Brands is headquartered in Los Angeles with a global network of offices. For more information, visit www.sabanbrands.com.

 About Nickelodeon

 Nickelodeon, now in its 38th year, is the number-one entertainment brand for kids. It has built a diverse, global business by putting kids first in everything it does. The company includes television programming and production in the United States and around the world, plus consumer products, digital, recreation, books and feature films. Nickelodeon’s U.S. television network is seen in more than 90 million households and has been the number-one-rated kids’ basic cable network for 22 consecutive years. For more information or artwork, visithttp://www.nickpress.com. Nickelodeon and all related titles, characters and logos are trademarks of Viacom Inc. (NASDAQ: VIA, VIAB).



28 thoughts on “Power Rangers Extends Nickelodeon Partnership

  1. Okay, that just great. Now Saban Brands and Nickelodeon extend their partnership til 2021. Congratulations, Nickelodeon and Saban Brands! I just think some people grew tired of Nickelodeon and pissed off at the same time, especially the 20-episode season show crap, the super season thing, skipping the Sentai seasons Go-Busters, ToQger and Zyuohger and the going on hiatus in the middle of a season is very annoying. In the future, Saban Brands and Nickelodeon should end their stupid partnership permanently and let Saban go to the network like Hulu, Netflix, or CW! I mean it!

  2. Maybe saban brands put live actors and costume actors as power rangers team just like kyuranger in Japan it’s doesn’t matter if they are 9 and 12 Members of rangers team maybe they put each 5 ,6, 9,11,12 or what numbers in each episodes like kyuranger, and it doesn’t matter little sky blue ranger
    Maybe they take another kid rangers just like powe rangers turbo, cause I like kyuranger so much.

    1. Since buying the franchise back, all Saban Brands and Nickelodeon has done is alienate fans, hurt the brand and insult our intelligence. You may love the hiatus breaks and the horrific writing, but most people don’t.

  3. Why? I’d argue Nickelodeon has only acted as a thorn in the side of Power Rangers since the beginning of the Neo-Saban Era. I think the show should test their luck with a streaming service like Netflix. Excluding Ninja Steel, every season of Power Rangers is already available for instant streaming on the site; in fact, I’m just about to finish my latest run of Mystic Force thanks to them. I think that with Netflix, Saban has a better chance of producing the content that I wanna see, which is future seasons of Power Rangers suited to entertain both children and adults alike.

  4. A better news would be that the show is over than to continue on Nick. I really wish there’s no more super seasons and go back to produce 38-40 episodes per season. That each character has a story, interest in story, and not only that their gather despaired and then come back… I hope there’s better writing, we know it’s kid show, but Kids aren’t stupid, both Saban and Nick should consider that. Please get real actors for the show! It hurts to listen the terrible writing with atrocious acting.
    It would be better to consider what Disney wanted to do with the show, it’d be best if you bring the sentai to America dubbing the show. At least the storyline and characters would be epic… AND plase stop with the catchy phrases… like “earth’s defenders never surrender”, “ooh this is epic”, and “megazords out of the shadows”, and “power rangers fear ni danger”

  5. i love power rangers. but this news is going to be the death of the show. the show is already on death’s doorstep thanks to the crap that is nickelodeob

    1. I love to watch the. power ranger ninja steel but now days that the show will not be showed .
      I am very sad
      Why the. power ranger ninja steel not be showed in the Nick channel?

  6. The mean thing we all want for power rangers is for it not to be split into 2 seasons because nobody likes it and it has caused the community to decrease in fans

  7. I’m curious as to what the 3 year extension really means. Does it mean we’re gonna have Kyuranger footage for 3 seasons. As much as I like those Kyuranger suits I don’t think in this day and age it would be wise for Saban to do such a thing. Even though it worked with Mighty Morphin, Its not going to work with kyuranger. Unless they do something crazy like introduce the Patranger or Lupinranger suits in the 3rd season.

  8. This is great news. At least three more years worth of Power Ranger episodes! This makes my day! At this point I don’t care which channel Power Rangers are on as long as the franchise continues!

      1. as much as i love power rangers the deal with nickelodeon is a bad one but hey at least we get 3 more years of power rangers going on hiatus for 8 months of the year

  9. now it all makes sense why the series has gone down hill after power rangers rpm, sure power rangers samurai and beyond are good but they pale in comparison to what came b4, nickelodeon locking them into 22 episodes per year is horrible seeing as the show that the series is based on is a 50 episode a year show and splitting them up into 2 seasons of the show and just putting super in the name somewhere is a stupid idea please stop doing this power rangers were better off being with Disney than nickelodeon and that’s coming from someone who doesn’t really like Disney a whole lot (except for kingdom hearts and star wars mainly)

  10. Here we Go this is really impressing if possible for the power rangers to reforce or include Nigerians people it will be good

  11. I’m sick of Nickelodeon for limiting Power Rangers to only 20 Episode per season plus 2 holiday special. I personally don’t like how we are skipping season even through we are going back to Go-Buster (2012) for Beast Morpher (2019 & 2020) It kind of getting boring after seeing lot of comic relief duo in the background after RPM (2009). The only good season is Dino Charge (2015), I mean season 1, not Dino Super Charge (2016) that has the worst ending. Beast Morpher Season 1 was good, but super season or 2nd season went downhill with lot of filler. The last time we probably had a perfect side comic relief duo was in Dino Thunder (2004) with Devin and Cassidy. I hope for 2021 season, Power Rangers Dino Fury, it seem like we are getting another comic relief duo, hope it better than Ben and Betty and most importantly be more likable than Victor & Monty in Ninja Steel (2017).
    If they do plan to extend with Nick after 2021, I hope they don’t ruin the good story of Lupinranger VS Patranger (2018).

    I hoping they have a new contact with another network such as ABC families, Cartoon Network, and TLC maybe.

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