Power Rangers Super Samurai

Power Rangers Samurai is the eighteenth season of the American children’s television series Power Rangers, which is based on the Japanese Super Sentai Series.[1] The season was the first to be produced by SCG Power Rangers, after Saban Brands (a successor to the original production company, Saban Entertainment) acquired the franchise, and it the first to use the “Saban” name since the first half of Power Rangers: Wild Force. The season marks the franchise’s debut on Nickelodeon, premiering on the main network and Nicktoons on February 7, 2011.

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Samurai uses props and footage from Samurai Sentai Shinkenger and, according to press material, had a “brighter tone and an infusion of fun and comedy that wasn’t present in seasons 16 and 17.”[3] Samurai is also the first season to be shot and broadcast in HD. Though 2006’s Boukenger (which was adapted into Operation Overdrive) was the first Super Sentai series to be shot in HD, preceding Power Rangers seasons weren’t. Samurai also returns the series to a multi-seasonal format; the second season, titled Power Rangers Super Samurai, began on February 18, 2012 and is officially considered the nineteenth season overall

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The Samurai Power Rangers–Red Ranger Jayden Shiba, the stoic leader; Blue Ranger Kevin Douglas, the devoted second-in-command; Pink Ranger Mia Watanabe, the big sister; Green Ranger Mike Fernandez, the creative rebel; Yellow Ranger Emily Stewart, the youngest and most innocent; and Gold Ranger Antonio Garcia, the expressive fisherman/tech wiz– fight the evil Master Xandred and his army of Nighloks, who want to flood the planet with the waters of the Sanzu River to bring about the end of civilization.

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Saban announced they would be enacting an “aggressive” multimedia focus, with planned apps, games, streaming content, and social media content in addition to live shows and a feature film.[3][7] The run-up to the new series was promoted by 145 Days of Power Rangers, a daily airing of every Mighty Morphin episode in order. An official Power Rangers Facebook page was also created.On November 24, 2010, the Power Rangers website placed a trailer for the show online, hosted on Yahoo! Kids. The new Samurai Rangers also appeared at the 2010 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

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Power Rangers Samurai

Paul Schrier has a recurring role in the season, reprising his role as Bulk originating from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.[10] Jason Narvy subsequently reprised his role as Skull in the final episode.For the second batch of episodes airing in 2012, Saban began promoting the season with the title of “Super Samurai” to reflect the upgrades to the Rangers powers (glimpsed already in “Clash of the Red Rangers The Movie”). Actor Hector David, Jr., released an official teaser poster for “Super Samurai” on his Facebook profile.

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Power Rangers Samurai is the eighteenth season of the American children’s television series Power Rangers, which is based on the Japanese Super Sentai Series.[1] The season was the first to be produced by SCG Power Rangers, after Saban Brands (a successor to the original production company, Saban Entertainment) acquired the franchise, and it the first to use the “Saban” name since the first half of Power Rangers: Wild Force. The season marks the franchise’s debut on Nickelodeon, premiering on the main network and Nicktoons on February 7, 2011.

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Power Rangers Samurai

Samurai uses props and footage from Samurai Sentai Shinkenger and, according to press material, had a “brighter tone and an infusion of fun and comedy that wasn’t present in seasons 16 and 17.”[3] Samurai is also the first season to be shot and broadcast in HD. Though 2006’s Boukenger (which was adapted into Operation Overdrive) was the first Super Sentai series to be shot in HD, preceding Power Rangers seasons weren’t. Samurai also returns the series to a multi-seasonal format; the second season, titled Power Rangers Super Samurai, began on February 18, 2012 and is officially considered the nineteenth season overall

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Power Rangers Samurai

The Samurai Power Rangers–Red Ranger Jayden Shiba, the stoic leader; Blue Ranger Kevin Douglas, the devoted second-in-command; Pink Ranger Mia Watanabe, the big sister; Green Ranger Mike Fernandez, the creative rebel; Yellow Ranger Emily Stewart, the youngest and most innocent; and Gold Ranger Antonio Garcia, the expressive fisherman/tech wiz– fight the evil Master Xandred and his army of Nighloks, who want to flood the planet with the waters of the Sanzu River to bring about the end of civilization.

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Power Rangers Samurai

Saban announced they would be enacting an “aggressive” multimedia focus, with planned apps, games, streaming content, and social media content in addition to live shows and a feature film.[3][7] The run-up to the new series was promoted by 145 Days of Power Rangers, a daily airing of every Mighty Morphin episode in order. An official Power Rangers Facebook page was also created.On November 24, 2010, the Power Rangers website placed a trailer for the show online, hosted on Yahoo! Kids. The new Samurai Rangers also appeared at the 2010 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

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Power Rangers Samurai

Paul Schrier has a recurring role in the season, reprising his role as Bulk originating from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.[10] Jason Narvy subsequently reprised his role as Skull in the final episode.For the second batch of episodes airing in 2012, Saban began promoting the season with the title of “Super Samurai” to reflect the upgrades to the Rangers powers (glimpsed already in “Clash of the Red Rangers The Movie”). Actor Hector David, Jr., released an official teaser poster for “Super Samurai” on his Facebook profile.

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Power Rangers: Samurai (often abbreviated as PRS or Samurai) is the 18th season of Power Rangers, serving as an adaptation of the 33rd Super Sentai season, Samurai Sentai Shinkenger. A second season, titled Power Rangers Super Samurai premiered the following year.

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After the franchise’s reacquisition by Saban Brands, the show premiered in HD-format on Nickelodeon on February 7, 2011 in the United States, and May 7, 2011 in the United Kingdom. Produced by Saban Capital Group, the production had aimed to infuse a brighter tone of fun and comedy that wasn’t present in Jungle Fury and RPM. [1]

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In 2012, the show had an average of 2 million viewers on Nickelodeon.[2] Ratings in 2011 were higher, close to or slighter more than 3 million [3] [4] [5] but were down starting in October[6] The highest rated episode was May 15th 2011’s “The Blue and the Gold”, with 3.7 million viewers. [7]

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The series also marked a return of Power Rangers dubs in Japan as it was released in fall of 2013.

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Several centuries ago in Ancient Japan, monsters known as the Nighloks began to attack the human world, only to face opposition from humans who could harness Symbol Power and become the Samurai Power Rangers. The Nighlok leader, Master Xandred was eventually sealed away by a previous generation, but he has arisen once again to exact his revenge. Jayden Shiba, the 18th Head of the Shiba Clan and descendant of the former Red Ranger that defeated Xandred years ago, gathers: Kevin, Mike, Emily, and Mia Watanabe to take up the mantle as the 18th generation of Samurai Power Rangers.

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Along the way, Jayden’s childhood best friend, Antonio Garcia returns to town with his own Ranger powers, the Gold Ranger. With his technical expertise, he was able to reverse engineer his own morpher as well as repair a thought-to-be beyond damaged zord that Jayden gave him years ago. In time, Antonio proves himself to be a valuable asset to the team, and is formally indoctrinated as the 6th Samurai Ranger.

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