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On May 5, 2010, Saban Capital Group announced that it would start Saban Brands, a company dedicated to acquiring entertainment and consumer brands.[1] On May 12, 2010, it was announced that Saban Brands bought the Power Rangers franchise back from Disney. Saban produced a new eighteenth season of Power Rangers that aired on Nickelodeon in Spring 2011 with the previous 700 episodes being rerun on Nicktoons.[2][3] It was also announced that Saban Brands is in negotiations to buy three other brands. Saban declined to identify them but said that, unlike "Power Rangers," they are not aimed at children. [4] On May 1, 2018, Saban Brands sold the the Power Rangers franchise to Hasbro along with many other assets they owned. As a result, Saban Brands closed down on July 2, 2018.[5]

Power Rider

During the run of Power Rangers Samurai in 2011, Saban Brands filed the trademark Power RiderIcon-crosswiki, which some believed could have been future adaptions of Kamen Rider respectively. However, as of January 2014, the trademark has been abandoned. [6]



2017 Saban Brands ident, which debuted at the end of Live and Learn.

A recent press release by Saban Brands announced that their partnership with television station Nickelodeon and toy licensee Bandai America would be extended until 2016.

“Our partnership with Nickelodeon has been instrumental in maintaining the popularity of the Power Rangers brand and introducing the series to a new generation of kids,” said Elie Dekel, President of Saban Brands. The extension confirms additional seasons of original Power Rangers programming on Nickelodeon through 2016. [7]

This announcement was soon followed by the revelation of Power Rangers Dino Charge, an adaptation of Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger which premiered in 2015. [8] On July 23, 2015, Saban announced that they had appointed Janet Hsu as their new CEO and President of Saban Brands, as Elie Dekel had stepped down from his position two weeks earlier to pursue new job prospects, though he will stay at the company as a senior advisor.[9] In January 2016, Saban Brands has renewed their partnership with Nickelodeon until 2018 and create the new season is Power Rangers Ninja Steel.[10] On February 12, 2018, Saban Brands renewed their partnership with Nickelodeon once again until 2021. [11] On May 1, 2018, Saban Brands sold the entire Power Rangers franchise and most other assets to Hasbro. It is currently unknown if this will effect the current broadcast deal Saban Brands established with Nickelodeon back in February for the franchise.

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