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Power Rangers Are Coming Back For A New TV Show

Power Rangers Are Coming Back For A New TV Show

It’s morphin’ time once more!

Kimberley Bond

Kimberley Bond

We've all been in dire need for some nostalgia during this utterly bleak year - and thankfully, we may have found just the thing to cheer us up.

Entertainment One have announced that our favourite childhood superheroes, the Power Rangers, will be reforming for a range of new television and film adaptations.

And the brand new iterations of the nineties classic could be taking a far darker turn, with director Jonathan Entwistle, known for his work on Netflix's I Am Not Okay With This and Channel 4's The End of the F***ing World.

Our favourite childhood superheroes are heading back to screens (
20th Century Fox)

"Jonathan has an incredible creative vision for this iconic and hugely successful franchise, and is hands down the right architect to join us as we reimagine the television and film worlds of this property," said eOne executives Nick Meyer and Michael Lombardo told Variety.

"Across our slate, we are looking forward to working with the most talented storytellers as we take on Hasbro's rich fan-favourite brands and build entertainment universes around them."

For those of us who never watched the iconic kids show, The Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers saw a group of high-school teens gaining powers and uniting under the guidance of Zordon to save the world from Rita Repulsa and her evil forces.

The series is held in high regard by most Nineties kids (
20th Century Fox)

Each ranger had their own unique abilities, with Kim, Jason, Billy, Trini, and Zack being the original heroes of the franchise.

A huge global success, the series inspired a feature-length film titled Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: The Movie in 1995.

A new season called Power Rangers Dino Fury is slated to premiere in early 2021 on Nickelodeon.

The Power Rangers last graced our cinema screens in 2017, with the film grossing over $142 million (£109 million) worldwide.

It was also the first superhero movie to feature a LGBTQ+ character.

The popular series last returned as a film in 2017 (

Speaking about his plans for the new series, Entwistle said: "This is an unbelievable opportunity to deliver new Power Rangers to both new and existing generations of awaiting and adoring fans.

"We'll bring the spirit of analog into the future, harnessing the action and storytelling that made this brand a success.

"I'm looking forward to working with the teams at eOne and Hasbro. Together, we can't wait to share more Power Rangers with the world very soon."

Featured Image Credit: 20th Century Fox

Topics: Entertainment News, TV & Film, Nostalgia