It’s Morphin’ Time: The 12 Best Power Rangers Series

Not many shows can tout 861 episodes plus three different movie adaptations with close to a quarter of century run. However, the Power Rangers is an anomaly of sorts, entertaining audiences for well over two decades and a fanbase that spans generations.

Much like anything else in the land of entertainment, the Power Rangers has had its fair share of ups and downs since its beginnings in 1993, and many viewers would agree that some of the seasons have been better than others.

As such, below are 12 of the best Power Rangers’ series over the years.

12. Mystic Force

This one hits the top of the list, due to its polarized popularity. There are Power Rangers’ fans that simply loved this series, and then there are those who saw it as a blatant rip-off of Harry Potter.

Nonetheless, these Rangers were able to fight the enemy off this time around, thanks to the magic powers they captured. Oh, and then there’s that slight wardrobe change where the team also donned capes all throughout each episode.


11. Space Patrol Delta (S.P.D.)

Space Patrol Delta (S.P.D.) had a unique spin on the usual Power Rangers’ series as it took place in the future. These future Rangers were also promoted and moved up by color, which was an interesting watch.

Some memorable characters in this series included the commander Doggie Cruger and the ever-quirky Green Ranger Bridge.

10. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers – Season 1

In the original Power Rangers, five “teenagers with attitude” are recruited by a giant floating head and his robot butler after the evil Rita Repulsa is able to escape her 10,000-year prison. The team is given dinosaur powers and learns about being good to the environment, as well as the importance of teamwork.

Considering its “monster of the week” formula, the first season of Mighty Morphin didn’t see much continuity between episodes. Despite that, the highlights of this series were the introduction of fan-favorite Tommy Oliver and the episodic nature of the Green Ranger saga.

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