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PR2020 logo.png This article is about a/an series entry (the "26th" and "27th") in the Power Rangers franchise.

Power Rangers Beast Morphers is the 26th and 27th seasons of Power Rangers, serving as an adaptation of the Super Sentai series Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters. After the finale of Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel, Hasbro had acquired the franchise from Saban Brands and announced an adaptation of Go-Busters, under their live-action production division Allspark Pictures. The series serves as a direct sequel to Power Rangers RPM.

Production

After the finale of Power Rangers Super Megaforce, an adaptation of Go-Busters was skipped in favor of Kyoryuger, leaving a potential adaptation of Go-Busters unknown.

Following the announcement on February 16, 2018, that Hasbro would be taking over Bandai America as the master toy licensee for Power Rangers from 2019 onwards[1], Power Rangers Beast Morphers was announced during Hasbro's panel for the New York Toy Fair 2018.[2]

On May 1, 2018, it was announced that Hasbro had purchased the Power Rangers franchise outright from Saban[3], making Beast Morphers the first Hasbro-era season. On August 18, 2018, the main Ranger cast was revealed to fans at Power Morphicon 6 during a Hasbro panel with a teaser trailer for the show screened at the event.

Plot

A secret agency known as Grid Battleforce combines a newly discovered substance called "Morph-X" with animal DNA to create its own team of Rangers, who are tasked with fighting an evil sentient computer virus known as Evox, who is from another dimension and is bent on taking over the source of all Ranger power, the Morphin Grid itself. With powerful Morph-X abilities, these new Rangers battle against Evox and his minions, including two evil clones of two initial Ranger candidates.

Characters

Rangers

Main article: Grid Battleforce Rangers
Designation Name Actor
Grid Battleforce Red Ranger Devon Daniels Rorrie D. Travis
Grid Battleforce Blue Ranger Ravi Shaw Jazz Baduwalia
Grid Battleforce Yellow Ranger Zoey Reeves Jacqueline Scislowski
Grid Battleforce Gold Ranger Nate Silva Abraham Rodriguez
Grid Battleforce Silver Ranger Steel Jamie Linehan (Voice)
Sam Jellie (Human)

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Orange Ranger Tyler Rinker

Allies

Grid Battleforce

Main article: Grid Battleforce

Beast Bots

Main article: Beast Bots
Animal Name Voice Actor
Cheetah Cruise Kelson Henderson
Gorilla Smash Charlie McDermott
Jackrabbit Jax Emmett Skilton
Scarab Steel Jamie Linehan

Civilians

Aliens

Captain Chaku Captain Chaku

Legendary Dino Rangers

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Main article: Legendary Dino Rangers
Color Role Actor Generation
Red Ranger Jason Lee Scott Austin St. John Mighty Morphin
Black Ranger unidentified uncredited Mighty Morphin
Blue Ranger Billy Cranston uncredited Mighty Morphin
Yellow Ranger unidentified uncredited Mighty Morphin
Pink Ranger Kimberly Ann Hart uncredited Mighty Morphin
Red Dino Ranger Conner McKnight Dan Musgrove (voice) Dino Thunder
Blue Dino Ranger Ethan James uncredited Dino Thunder
Yellow Dino Ranger Kira Ford uncredited Dino Thunder
Dino Charge Red Ranger Tyler Navarro Brennan Mejia Dino Charge
Dino Charge Black Ranger Chase Randall James Davies Dino Charge
Dino Charge Blue Ranger Koda Yoshi Sudarso Dino Charge
Dino Charge Green Ranger Riley Griffin Michael Taber (voice; uncredited) Dino Charge
Dino Charge Pink Ranger Shelby Watkins Camille Hyde (voice; uncredited) Dino Charge
Dino Charge Gold Ranger Sir Ivan of Zandar Davi Santos Dino Charge

RPM

Dino Charge

Villains

Evox Virus Army

Main article: Evox Virus Army
Main article: Cybervillains
Designation Name Actor
Cybervillain Blaze Blaze (cybervillain) Colby Strong
Cybervillain Robo-Blaze
Cybervillain Roxy Roxy (cybervillain) Liana Ramirez
Cybervillain Robo-Roxy

Sledge's Crew

Main article: Sledge's Crew

Others

Arsenal

Main article: Arsenal (Beast Morphers)

Transformation Devices

Multi-Use Devices

Individual Weapons and Team Weapon

Sidearms

Power-Up

Vehicles

Other Devices

Legendary Ranger Weapons

Zords

Main article: Zords (Beast Morphers)

Beast-X Megazord System

Legend:◆ piloted mecha, ❖ aux mecha, ● other

Beast-X King Zord System

Legend:◆ piloted mecha, ❖ aux mecha, ● other


Episodes

Main articles: Episodes (Beast Morphers) and Episodes (Beast Morphers 2)
Season 1
  1. Beasts Unleashed
  2. Evox's Revenge
  3. End of the Road
  4. Digital Deception
  5. Taking Care of Business
  6. Hangar Heist
  7. A Friend Indeed
  8. The Cybergate Opens
  9. Silver Sacrifice
  10. Thrills and Drills
  11. Tools of the Betrayed
  12. Real Steel
  13. Tuba Triumph
  14. Sound and Fury
  15. Seeing Red
  16. Gorilla Art
  17. Ranger Reveal
  18. Rewriting History
  19. Target: Tower
  20. Evox: Upgraded
  21. Hypnotic Halloween
  22. Scrozzle’s Revenge
Season 2
  1. Believe It or Not
  2. Save Our Shores
  3. Game On!
  4. Artist Anonymous
  5. Cruisin' for a Bruisin'
  6. The Blame Game
  7. Beast King Rampage
  8. Boxed In
  9. Secret Struggle
  10. The Evox Snare
  11. Intruder Alert!
  12. The Greater Good
  13. Finders Keepers
  14. Making Bad
  15. Grid Connection
  16. Golden Opportunity
  17. Goin' Ape
  18. The Silva Switch
  19. Fossil Frenzy
  20. Crunch Time
  21. Source Code
  22. Evox Unleashed

Cast

Suit Actors/Stunts

Video Release

  • to be added

Toyline

Main article: Power Rangers Beast Morphers (toyline)
  • Beast Morphers' toyline was officially launched in Spring of 2019. In addition, the Red, Blue, and Gold Beast Morphers Rangers and Blaze appear in Hasbro's Lightning Collection waves 2, 3 and 4.

Video Games

Notes

  • This is the first Hasbro Era season.
  • All Sentai derived costumes are complete US recreations since Toei destroyed the suits and many props after learning that Saban decided to adapt Kyoryuger as Power Rangers Dino Charge instead.
    • As a result, there are many instances where the suits quality varies from old to newer looking when switching between US and Sentai made footage.
  • Starting with this season, the franchise would shorten the intro down to 30-seconds instead of a full minute.
  • This is the first season to have its toy line produced by Hasbro instead of Bandai America.
  • This season debuts a brand new Power Rangers logo. Apart from the 2010 "reversion" of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, this is the first time the logo has been completely redesigned since Zeo.
    • In the second season, Saban's name was dropped from the logo.
  • This is the first time a Power Rangers series has adapted the Sentai out of order, as Go-Busters was skipped over initially.
  • The core three Rangers made their debut in comics rather than on television for the first time ever. This happened in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (Boom! Studios) Issue 29.
  • On April 1, 2014, an adaptation of Go-Busters was announced as an April Fools joke, titled Power Rangers Energy Chasers.
  • Due to Evox’s revelation of his actual origin in "Source Code", Beast Morphers is a direct sequel to Power Rangers RPM's storyline, marking the only two series to have a recurring major character not originating from Zordon Era.
    • This makes Venjix the first main villain in Power Rangers history to be the main villain of two different series.
  • The name "Beast Morphers" was never mentioned in the show itself despite being the title.
  • Beast Morphers is the last series to have a full broadcast on Nickelodeon, as following the expiration of the broadcast rights, the second season of Dino Fury will be exclusively available on Netflix in the US.

See Also

References

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Mighty Morphin (s01)Mighty Morphin (s02)Mighty Morphin (s03)Alien Rangers (mini-series)ZeoTurbo
In SpaceLost GalaxyLightspeed RescueTime ForceWild ForceNinja StormDino ThunderS.P.D.
Mystic ForceOperation OverdriveJungle FuryRPMSamuraiSuper SamuraiMegaforceSuper MegaforceDino ChargeDino Super ChargeNinja SteelSuper Ninja SteelBeast MorphersDino Fury

Power Rangers: The Movie (alternate continuity)Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie2017 movie (alternate continuity)

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