Celebrating the Anniversary
Throughout its history, Power Rangers pioneered diversity, inclusivity, and teamwork. They exemplify these values through every episode. When the show premiered in 1993, it featured a cast diverse beyond compare. Since then, the show has continued to lead the way proving that all are equal and anyone can be super. In fact, the recent 2017 feature film included one of the first Rangers/superheroes on the Autism spectrum!
Although it began as a children’s show, the Power Rangers’ influence is multi-generational. Nostalgia is at an all-time high. For some, it’s discovering the SupeNinjaua Steel for the first time. For others, who have been fans for decades, the brand’s positive messages and main characters resonate with people around the world. Why? Because everyone can see themselves in these inspiring teenage heroes.
The Registrar at National Day Calendar proclaimed National Power Rangers Day to be observed annually on August 28th.
About Power Rangers
It’s one of the most recognizable franchises in the world. And the series created by Haim Saban has one of the most popular taglines in history, “It’s Morphin Time!” The TV series “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” (MMPR) launched on August 28, 1993. Power Rangers quickly became the #1 kids action brand and a global phenomenon. With its current 25th season, “Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel,” the show is now the second longest-running non-soap opera scripted program on American TV after “The Simpsons.” There are also over 830+ episodes in its library. Currently, Power Rangers is seen in more than 150 markets around the world. It’s also translated into numerous languages and a favorite on many indispensable children’s programming blocks around the world. Go Go Power Rangers on 8.28!