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This article is about a/an producer in the Power Rangers franchise.

Jonathan Tzachor is an American producer and director best known for his work on Power Rangers. Tzachor worked on the show until 2002's Power Rangers: Wild Force. He was most recently an executive producer for the Power Rangers series Power Rangers Super Megaforce.

Tzachor's tenure

Jonathan Tzachor was a producer for Power Rangers for the first 10 years.

Disney era/departure

After Disney's acquisition of the franchise, Tzachor's final series, Power Rangers: Wild Force, would be a split season. Because of Disney's recently-completed acquisition of Fox Family Worldwide (and therefore Saban), the first half aired on Fox Kids, while the second half aired on ABC Kids. MMPR productions shut down, and production of the show was transferred to Village Roadshow KP Productions in Auckland, New Zealand (now known as Ranger Productions).

The Wild Force finale, The End of the Power Rangers, which was Tzachor's final episode with the franchise until Power Rangers Samurai, was directed by him.

Saban Brands era

After Disney sold the Power Rangers brand to Saban in the form of Saban Brands, Jonathan Tzachor was hired as Executive Producer on the eighteenth season of Power Rangers, Power Rangers Samurai. He remained in the role until the end of Super Megaforce where he was succeeded by Judd Lynn

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