*The following info has been reported by That Hashtag Show, and should be taken with a grain of salt until officially confirmed*
2018 will mark an incredible milestone in Power Rangers history – the franchise’s 25th anniversary! And with Saban Brands expected to roll out the red carpet for their grandest celebration yet, a part of those plans will include the return of past Power Rangers in Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel, the show’s 25th season.
But exactly which former cast members will return to the show has been kept firmly under wraps – until now. That Hashtag Show has allegedly leaked a list of cast members who will reprise their roles in Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel (via this video). And until officially confirmed, fans should take the info with a grain of salt.
Check out all the reported names below, noting that there could be more returning cast members than those listed.
•Jason David Frank (Tommy Oliver, Mighty Morphin Green Ranger)
•Catherine Sutherland (Katherine Hillard, Zeo Pink Ranger)
•Pua Magasiva (Shane Clark, Ninja Storm Red Ranger)
•Jason Faunt (Wes Collins, Time Force Red Ranger)
•Nic Sampson (Chip Thorn, Mystic Force Yellow Ranger)
•Sally Martin (Tori Hanson, Ninja Storm Blue Ranger)
•Erin Cahill (Jen Scott, Time Force Pink Ranger)
•Johnny Yong Bosch (Adam Park, Zeo Green Ranger)
•Nakia Burrise (Tanya Sloan, Zeo Yellow Ranger)
That Hashtag Show also claims that not all of the above names will be held to only a cameo appearance. Some will take place “over multiple episodes”, indicating potential focus episodes or mainstay roles.
The list does include a couple names who made returns for previous Power Rangers anniversaries. Jason David Frank and Jason Faunt were both a part of Power Rangers’ 20th anniversary in 2012, and Johnny Yong Bosch was a part of Power Rangers’ 15th anniversary in 2007.
Magasiva, Martin, and Sampson are all New Zealand based actors who would not have been required to fly for a return appearance on the show.
Fans can click here to watch That Hashtag Show’s reveal video, where the names are slowly revealed beginning at the 1 hour, 5 minute mark.
And be sure to stay tuned for Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel, premiering in 2018 on Nickelodeon.