In 1993, Power Rangers started its run, and today, 28 years later with 28 released seasons, the franchise is still incredibly popular with countless shows, theater plays, comics, and video games. From the 1990s to 2000s and 2010s, Power Rangers successfully bridged generations and generations.
After all those seasons, Power Rangers really needs its own watch order, and in this article, I am bringing you exactly that, the complete Power Rangers watch order, that will include all 28 seasons. So let’s check it out below.
How Many Seasons of Power Rangers Are There?
Power Rangers consists of 28 seasons, which have been released from 1993 to 2021. Here is a list of all seasons of Power Rangers:
- Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Season 1 (1993)
- Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Season 2 (1994)
- Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Season 3 (1995)
- (Season 3.5) Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers (1996)
- Power Rangers Zeo (1996)
- Power Rangers Turbo (1997)
- Power Rangers in Space (1998)
- Power Rangers Lost Galaxy (1999)
- Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue (2000)
- Power Rangers Time Force (2001)
- Power Rangers Wild Force (2002)
- Power Rangers Ninja Storm (2003)
- Power Rangers Dino Thunder (2004)
- Power Rangers S.P.D. (2005)
- Power Rangers Mystic Force (2006)
- Power Rangers Operation OverDrive (2007)
- Power Rangers Jungle Fury (2008)
- Power Rangers RPM (2009)
- (RV) Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (re-version) (2010)
- Power Rangers Samurai (2011)
- Power Rangers Super Samurai (2012)
- Power Rangers Megaforce (2013)
- Power Rangers Super Megaforce (2014)
- Power Rangers Dino Charge (2015)
- Power Rangers Dino Super Charge (2016)
- Power Rangers Ninja Steel (2017)
- Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel (2018)
- Power Rangers Beast Morphers Season 1 (2019)
- Power Rangers Beast Morphers Season 2 (2020)
- Power Rangers Dino Fury Season 1 (2021)
- Power Rangers Dino Fury Season 2 (TBA)
All Seasons of Power Rangers in the Right Watch Order
Even though there is no particular order in which to watch Power Rangers, the best way to understand the series is to watch it in the order in which it was released. Simply follow the first, second, third, fourth, and all the remaining seasons in the order they were released.
If you watch the Power Rangers in that order, not only will you enjoy it, but you will understand it and fulfill your role as a Power Rangers fan. Anyway, this is the perfect Power Rangers watch order according to the release date:
1. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1993)
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers is an American superhero television series that premiered on Fox Kids on August 28, 1993. It is the first entry in the franchise and became a pop culture phenomenon in the 1990s along with a plethora of merchandise.
The show used footage from the Japanese TV series Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger (1992-1993), which was the 16th installment of Toei’s Super Sentai franchise.
2. Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers (1996)
Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers is a miniseries set immediately after Mighty Morphin Power Rangers season three. In the same way as the third season of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, this miniseries also used footage and costumes from the 18th Super Sentai series, Ninja Sentai Kakuranger.
3. Power Rangers Zeo (1996)
Power Rangers Zeo is an American television series based on the Chouriki Sentai Ohranger series from the 19th Super Sentai series. This is a continuation of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, which aired in 1996.
Zeo is also the first season of Power Rangers to follow the Sentai practice of changing Ranger suits annually, and also the last series to use “It’s Morphin’ Time,” until Saban Brands began using the command for Power Rangers Megaforce.
4. Power Rangers Turbo (1997)
The fifth season of the Power Rangers franchise is the American television series Power Rangers Turbo. The show was preceded by Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie, the franchise’s second film.
As with its predecessors, Power Rangers Turbo is based on an entry from the 20th Super Sentai series; in Turbo’s case, the source is Gekisou Sentai Carranger. The series introduced a child actor as the new Blue Ranger, and featured the departure of the long-running characters Zordon and Alpha 5, as well as the veteran Rangers, and introduced four new characters to take their place.
5. Power Rangers in Space (1998)
Power Rangers in Space is a television series based on the 21st Super Sentai series, Denji Sentai Megaranger, and the sixth season of the Power Rangers franchise.
It is based on one of the Super Sentai episodes, as with all Power Rangers programs. However, due to miscommunication between the United States and Japan regarding the contents of the Sentai series, much of the space footage in the American adaptation is original.
Power Rangers in Space was a turning point for the franchise, since it concluded six seasons of plot and ended the practice of having cast members appear in consecutive seasons – which had existed since 1993.
This series, and its successor, Power Rangers Lost Galaxy, have little in common with their Sentai counterparts.
6. Power Rangers Lost Galaxy (1999)
Power Rangers Lost Galaxy is the seventh season of the Power Rangers franchise and is based on the 22nd Super Sentai series Seijuu Sentai Gingaman. The series was the first series to follow the Sentai tradition of having a new cast with every new series.
Kendrix (Valerie Vernon) was killed off two-thirds of the way through the season, marking the first time a Ranger had been killed off on the series. Kendrix was removed from the show when Valerie left for a while to be cured of leukemia. After her treatment, she returned for the season finale.
This season is one of the series’ most expensive productions to date.
7. Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue (2000)
In Lightspeed Rescue, the Titanium Ranger was the first Power Ranger without a Super Sentai counterpart, since there was no regular sixth Ranger in GoGo V, making it the only season to have an American-exclusive Sixth Ranger.
Until the premiere of Power Rangers Samurai, this is the last Saban Entertainment-produced Power Rangers series to feature the main villain from its Super Sentai counterpart. The next series to feature the main villain from its Super Sentai counterpart would be the Disney-produced Power Rangers Mystic Force, which premiered six years later.
8. Power Rangers Time Force (2001)
Power Rangers Time Force was an American television series and the ninth season of the Power Rangers franchise, based on the 24th Super Sentai series Mirai Sentai Timeranger, which aired for 40 half-hour episodes from February to November 2001.
Power Rangers Time Force was the last season to be distributed by Saban Entertainment. Due to the failure of Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie and the purchase of the franchise by Disney, a Time Force film was originally planned, but it was never made. The final four episodes of the series were released as a home video film titled The End of Time by Buena Vista Home Entertainment in 2002.
Video games based on the series were released for Sony PlayStation, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance in November 2001.
9. Power Rangers Wild Force (2002)
It takes place in 2002 when Power Rangers Wild Force debuts.
The first part of the series originally aired on Fox Kids from February to August 2002. Since the fall 2002 sale of Fox Family Worldwide (renamed ABC Family Worldwide), including Saban Entertainment (renamed BVS Entertainment), to Disney by Haim Saban and News Corporation, the parent company of Fox Network, the show moved to ABC’s new Saturday morning block ABC Kids.
10. Power Rangers Ninja Storm (2003)
Ninja Storm is the eleventh season of the Power Rangers franchise, based on Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger, the 26th Super Sentai series.
It was the first season of the franchise to be filmed in New Zealand, the first not to be produced by MMPR Productions, and the first to appear on ABC in its entirety; premiered on February 15, 2003.
11. Power Rangers Dino Thunder (2004)
Dino Thunder is the twelfth season of Power Rangers, the American television series. The series, like all other Power Rangers series, is adapted from the Japanese Super Sentai franchise, in this case, Bakuryū Sentai Abaranger, the 27th entry.
Dino Thunder was also the subtitle of the South Korean dub of Abaranger and had a similar/identical logo as the American version. Jason David Frank reprises his role as Tommy Oliver in the series. As part of Jetix, it was the first Power Rangers series to air on Toon Disney.
12. Power Rangers S.P.D. (2005)
Power Rangers S.P.D. , based on Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger, the 28th Super Sentai series, is the thirteenth season of the American television series, Power Rangers. The Korean dub of Dekaranger in South Korea shares the same title as the American series, and the logo of the Korean series is similar to the American series.
As you can see, the initials in the title stand for “Space Patrol Delta, and in the South Korean version of Dekaranger, they stand for Special Police Delta.
As part of Jetix, originally airing on ABC Family, the series premiered on February 5, 2005. Beginning with “Messenger, Part 2”, the series moved to Toon Disney.
13. Power Rangers Mystic Force (2006)
The fourteenth season of Power Rangers Mystic Force is based on the 29th Super Sentai tokusatsu series. It premiered on February 20, 2006 on Toon Disney as part of the Jetix block.
This season is an adaptation of Mahō Sentai Magiranger and is the only Disney-produced season to feature the main villain from its Super Sentai counterpart.
14. Power Rangers Operation Overdrive (2007)
Operation Overdrive is the fifteenth season of the American television series Power Rangers. This season uses footage and other content from the 30th Super Sentai series, GoGo Sentai Boukenger, which celebrates the franchise’s 30th anniversary. This season’s team-up episode, “Once a Ranger,” also celebrates the franchise’s fifteenth anniversary.
Toon Disney originally aired the season on its Jetix programming block on February 26, 2007. For the first time, high definition footage from the Super Sentai franchise was used, although these clips were scaled down to a 4:3 aspect ratio.
Operation Overdrive features the Power Rangers exploring, operating, and fighting in many different countries around the world, as opposed to focusing solely on their hometown of San Angeles.
15. Power Rangers Jungle Fury (2008)
Power Rangers Jungle Fury is the sixteenth season of the American television series Power Rangers, an adaptation of the thirty-first Japanese Super Sentai series, Juken Sentai Gekiranger.
In February 2008, Jetix premiered on Toon Disney; it was the last season to air on both channels before Disney XD was launched in February 2009.
16. Power Rangers RPM (2009)
The seventeenth season of the American television series Power Rangers utilizes footage, costumes, and other props from the Super Sentai series. RPM was an adaptation of the thirty-second installment of Engine Sentai Go-onger. The eighth and final season premiered on ABC Kids on March 7, 2009.
RPM was also the final season to be produced and distributed by Disney and Renaissance-Atlantic Entertainment as a result of the low ratings of Jungle Fury, putting the series on a two-year hiatus until Power Rangers Samurai debuted in 2011.
Power Rangers Beast Morphers is the direct sequel produced by Hasbro’s Allspark entertainment division, which owns the franchise.
17. Power Rangers Samurai (2011)
Power Rangers Samurai is the 18th season of the American children’s television series Power Rangers, which is based on the Japanese Super Sentai series. The season was the first to be produced by SCG Power RangerRangers after Saban Brands (a successor to the original production company, Saban Entertainment) acquired the franchise, and the first to use the Saban brand since Rangers: Wild Force.
This season marks the franchise’s debut on Nickelodeon, with episodes premiering on the main network and Nicktoons on February 7, 2011.
18. Power Rangers Super Samurai (2012)
The 18th season of Power Rangers, based on the Japanese Super Sentai series, is called Power Rangers Samurai. Saban Brands (a successor to the original production company, Saban Entertainment) produced the season, and it was the first to use the Saban brand since Rangers: Wild Force.
This season marks the franchise’s debut on Nickelodeon, with episodes premiering on the main channel and Nicktoons on February 7, 2011.
19. Power Rangers Megaforce (2013)
The twentieth season of the long-running American television series Power Rangers is called Megaforce. Produced by SCG Power Rangers, the show premiered on Nickelodeon on February 2, 2013. Power Rangers celebrated its 20th anniversary with the show.
According to Kidscreen, Megaforce featured “the return of many historic Rangers.” Megaforce utilizes footage, costumes, and props from the Japanese Super Sentai Series Tensou Sentai Goseiger.
20. Power Rangers Super Megaforce (2014)
Super Megaforce is the sequel to Megaforce and the twenty-first season of Power Rangers. In celebration of the franchise’s 20th anniversary, the series is a hybrid adaptation of two Super Sentai series, Tensou Sentai Goseiger and Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger.
21. Power Rangers Dino Charge (2015)
Power Rangers Dino Charge is the twenty-second season of Power Rangers, adapted from the first half of the Super Sentai series Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger. In the following year, a second season covering the second half of Kyoryuger aired.
22. Power Rangers Dino Super Charge (2016)
Power Rangers Dino Super Charge is the twenty-third season of the Power Rangers series as well as the second season of Power Rangers Dino Charge, an adaptation of the Super Sentai series Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger.
23. Power Rangers Ninja Steel (2017)
As the twenty-fourth season of Power Rangers, Ninja Steel is an adaptation of the Super Sentai series Shuriken Sentai Ninninger.
In 2019, this show was dubbed in Indonesian, making it the first Power Rangers show since Dino Charge (Indosiar) to be aired in Indonesia by RTV, as well as the last Power Rangers show aired in Southeast Asia in 2010.
24. Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel (2018)
Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel, the second season of Ninja Steel and twenty-fifth Power Rangers season overall, debuted on January 27, 2018. As the twenty-fifth anniversary season, Super Ninja Steel featured popular Rangers from previous seasons.
As of 2018, Ninja Steel was the last installment to have toys manufactured and distributed by Bandai and Super Ninja Steel was the last season produced by Saban Brands; the Power Rangers franchise was acquired by Hasbro in 2018.
25. Power Rangers Beast Morphers 1 & 2 (2019/2020)
Power Rangers Beast Morphers is the 26th and 27th season of Power Rangers, based on the Tokumei Sentai series Go-Busters. Hasbro acquired the Power Rangers franchise from Saban Brands after the series finale and announced plans to adapt Go-Busters under Allspark Pictures, their live-action production division.
The series is a direct sequel to Power Rangers RPM.
26. Power Rangers Dino Fury (2021)
Power Rangers Dino Fury is the eighth and ninth season of the American children’s television program Power Rangers. Nickelodeon premiered the first season on February 20, 2021. Netflix released new episodes of the series on June 15, 2021, with the entire first season releasing on October 15, 2021, and the second season following in spring 2022.
Do You Have to Watch Power Rangers in Order?
You don’t have to watch Power Rangers in order. However, for a better understanding of the show as a whole, I would advise you to watch Power Rangers in the appropriate order. That way, it is easier to understand what the movie or show is all about.
Are All Power Rangers Seasons Connected?
The Power Rangers seasons are connected in so many ways. Every season takes place in a dimension related to another in the Power Rangers Multiverse. In some series, the season released after another season is a continuation. Most of the Power Rangers series can be related or linked to other seasons.