Since the first ever Power Rangers series debuted in 1992 with Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, audiences have flocked to their TVs to catch every new episode of every new iteration that comes along. While the amount of Power Rangers TV shows may seem overwhelming and endless, the fact is that each new show, and each new season, is unique and has its share of hardcore fans. Some may argue that the OG Mighty Morphin Power Rangers television series was the best, and others can gladly fight that Power Rangers Dino Thunder was the peak season of the show. But that's what makes the best Power Rangers shows endlessly fun to debate about and and just plain entertaining to watch. Each Power Rangers television series has something for everyone.
In this list we're going to break down all of the best Power Rangers shows ever made and find out once and for all which Rangers would win in a battle royale. So grab your power blaster, dust off your dino gem, slap on the Green Ranger's helmet, and vote up the best Power Rangers TV shows.
Power Rangers Dino Thunder is an American children's television series, the twelfth season of the Power Rangers franchise. As with all Power Rangers series, it was adapted from a series from the long running Japanese Super Sentai franchise, in this case the 27th entry, Bakuryū Sentai Abaranger. Dino Thunder was also the subtitle of the Korean dub of Abaranger in South Korea and had a similar/identical logo to the American version as well. The series is notable as it features the return of Jason David Frank to a starring role. Currently, 23 of the 38 episodes are available in various volumes on DVD in Region 1, whereas a complete box set was released in Region 2 in July 2008. Shout! Factory ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Kevin Duhaney, Jason David Frank, Emma Lahana
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers is an American live action children's television series that premiered on August 28, 1993, on the Fox Kids weekday afternoon block. The show is about a group of teenagers who were chosen to protect the world from a group of alien invaders and were given the ability to "morph" into super-powered warriors and to pilot giant robots called "Zords." It was adapted and used stock footage from the Japanese television show Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger, which was the 16th installment of Bandai Visual and Toei Company's Super Sentai franchise. Both the show and its related merchandise saw unbridled overnight success, becoming a staple of 1990s pop culture in mere months. Under ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Richard Steven Horvitz, David Yost, David J. Fielding
Power Rangers in Space is an American television series and the sixth season of the Power Rangers franchise, based on the Super Sentai series Denji Sentai Megaranger. As with all Power Rangers programs, Power Rangers in Space is based on one of the entries of the Super Sentai series. However, due to miscommunication between the United States and Japan as to the contents of the Sentai series, much of the space footage is original to the American adaptation. In Space was a turning point for the Power Rangers franchise, as the season brought closure to six seasons of plot, and it ended the practice of having regular cast members act in consecutive seasons. The theme of the series bears little ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Christopher Khayman Lee, Jason Narvy, Melody Perkins, Tracy Lynn Cruz, Justin Nimmo, + more
Power Rangers Time Force is an American television series and the ninth season of the Power Rangers franchise, based on the Super Sentai series Mirai Sentai Timeranger, running for 40 half-hour episodes from February to November 2001. It was the last full season to completely air on Fox Kids following the sale of Fox Family Worldwide, which included Fox Family, Fox Kids and Saban Entertainment being purchased by The Walt Disney Company. Originally, a Time Force film was planned, but ultimately went unproduced in light of the commercial failure of Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie and the purchase of the franchise by Disney. A Power Rangers Time Force video game was released in November 2001 for ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Michael Copon, Vernon Wells, Kevin Kleinberg, Jason Faunt, Eddie Frierson, + more