Go Go Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel
Saban Brands today announced “Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel,”which marks the global franchise’s milestone 25th season of the series, will premiere on Saturday, Jan. 27, at 12 p.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon in the U.S. This season will also feature an upcoming special anniversary episode
that Power Rangers fans of all ages won’t want to miss. “With 885 episodes aired and the upcoming premiere of ‘Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel,’ we are extremely
proud to launch the iconic series’ anniversary season celebrating 25 powerful years of diversity and
teamwork,” said Janet Hsu, CEO of Saban Brands. “In Saban’s Power Rangers’ 25th season, fans should definitely get ready for milestone surprises.”
The premiere episode of “Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel” will be the 886th episode to air, making it one of the longest-running programs in television history. Created by Haim Saban, the series, and subsequent movies including the 2017 feature film with Lionsgate, follows the adventures of a group of ordinary teens who morph into superheroes and save the world from evil. The TV show airs in 150 markets around the world and is translated into numerous languages. As a top-ranked action brand for decades with more than 150 licensees globally, Saban Brands will honor this incredible landmark season for the franchise with year-long consumer events, promotions and partnerships.
In “Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel,” the heroic teens find themselves face-to-face with an old enemy when they discover Madame Odius is still alive and more determined than ever to steal the Ninja Nexus Prism and revive its powers for her nefarious purposes. Now it’s up to the Rangers, and some unexpected help from new friends, to use the power of teamwork to protect the Prism, defeat Odius and save the world!
Following the premiere of “Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel” on Saturday, Jan. 27, all-new episodes continue Saturdays at 12 p.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon in the U.S. Episodes from the previous season, Saban’s “Power Rangers Ninja Steel,” are currently available on Nickelodeon as well as on the Nick App or Nick.com, and fans can access the full Power Rangers library on Netflix.