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Power Rangers: Dino Fury moving exclusively to Netflix

by Sean P. Aune | October 22, 2021October 22, 2021 9:30 am EDT

The Power Rangers taking their Morphing Grid and moving exclusively to Netflix beginning in 2022.


Power Rangers: Dino Fury season 2 – the overall 29th season of the franchise – will be moving to Netflix exclusively when it debuts in spring 2022.

The Power Rangers have had many homes over the years beginning with Fox Kids in 1993, before moving to ABC/Disney, and finally landing on Nickelodeon in 2011.

The curious aspect of this move is the majority of the older Power Rangers seasons left Netflix in Feb. 2021 after years of being available. The only seasons currently on the service are Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Seasons 1 (1993), 2 (1994) and 3 (1995), Ninja Steel Seasons 1 (2017) and 2 (2018), Beast Morphers Seasons 1 (2019) and 2 (2020), and Dino Fury Season 1 (2021). Speculation is running high that all of the missing seasons will return with the launch of Dino Fury season 2 as a celebration.

Netflix has been making a large move into exclusive children’s programming as of late including new Pokemon, My Little Pony, Transformers, and Masters of the Universe series.

What happens with Power Rangers after the conclusion of Dino Fury is still a bit of a mystery. Hasbro has stated that it wants to move to a more interconnected Power Rangers universe, and there is talk that it will no longer use Japanese Sentai footage in future seasons.

Right now the theme and title for season 30 has not been announced, and we may no longer be able to look to Japanese seasons to figure it out. With Netflix as its new partner, Hasbro may get to take the show in some big new directions, and we’ll just have to wait and see what that looks like.


Sean P. Aune

Sean Aune has been a pop culture aficionado since before there was even a term for pop culture. From the time his father brought home Amazing