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Power Rangers RPM is the seventeenth season of the American children’s television series Power Rangers, which uses footage, costumes, and other props from the Super Sentai series. In the case of RPM, the season was an adaptation of Engine Sentai Go-onger, the thirty-second installment of the series.

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The season was the third and final to air on ABC stations, premiering March 7, 2009 on ABC Kids. Due to the low ratings of the preceding season, Jungle Fury, RPM was also the final season to be produced and distributed by Disney and Renaissance-Atlantic Entertainment,[1] putting the series on a two-year hiatus until the premiere of Power Rangers Samurai in 2011. The 2019 – 2020 series, Power Rangers Beast Morphers is its direct sequel.

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An AI computer virus named Venjix takes over all of the Earth’s computers, creates an army of robot “Grinder” droids and destroys or enslaves almost all of humanity. Only the city of Corinth remains, protected by an almost impenetrable force field from the toxic atmosphere of the wasteland outside. Venjix tries various plans to destroy Corinth and Doctor K’s RPM Power Rangers fight to protect it.

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Power Rangers RPM[1] is the 17th season of Power Rangers, borrowing props and footage from Engine Sentai Go-Onger.

It is the final season to be produced by Disney, as it was intended to be canceled following Jungle Fury; however following a still-active contract with Bandai, the show was given the green light and aired on ABC Kids.

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Eddie Guzelian and John Tellegen took over as executive producers and worked to bring a dark and gritty storyline inspired by films like The Road Warrior. However Guzelian was fired halfway through the show, due to rumors that he used up the show’s entire budget and had been responsible for slowing production down due to perfectionism. He was ultimately replaced by Judd Lynn, who brought the series to its conclusion. [2][3]

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After the final episode aired, Disney announced that the following season would be a “revamped” version of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers; however, the long-term status of the franchise appeared to be in limbo until it was reacquired by Saban Brands who immediately announced the production of Power Rangers Samurai. RPM’s storyline would be continued in the sequel season Power Rangers Beast Morphers.

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In the not-so-distant future, the mysterious and sinister Venjix Computer Network is attempting to conquer and lay ruin to the entire planet. It had succeeded and nearly conquered the entire Earth. Fortunately, mankind has retreated from the threat into environmentally-shielded domed cities to protect against the pollution and machines unleashed by Venjix. In the shining city of Corinth, an elite force of Rangers must learn to drive and operate an arsenal of radically advanced biotech vehicles in order to battle the attacking machine army bent on world domination.

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The events of the show were intended to take place in an alternate universe, which was confirmed two years later in “Clash of the Red Rangers” when Scott travels to the main universe. As such, the Morphing Grid takes on a new name – the Bio Field. The only signs of previous characters are an Operation Overdrive helmet at Alphabet Soup and Jungle Karma Pizza.

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