Netflix Nabs ‘Power Rangers Dino Fury’ Season 2

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It’s morphing time for the second season of ‘Power Rangers Dino Fury.’ Netflix, Entertainment One (eOne), and Hasbro have announced that the latest iteration of the Mighty Morphing Power Rangers is moving to the streaming service for a spring 2022 debut.

According to a Netflix press release, “The new season will feature new characters, new weapons, new Zords (with unique Megazord combinations!), and new vehicles including the Dino Fury Cycle, a T-rex inspired motorcycle with blasters – all resulting in even more action-packed adventures. Plus, everyone’s favorite Dino Fury Power Rangers from season 1, Zayto (Red Ranger), Ollie (Blue Ranger), Izzy (Green Ranger), Javi (Black Ranger), Amelia (Pink Ranger), and the newest recruit, Aiyon (Gold Ranger), are set to make a morphinominal return.”

The premise is described as “Season 1 introduced us to a brand-new team of Power Rangers, fueled by the prehistoric power of the dinosaurs and recruited to deal with the threat of an army of powerful alien beings. The series will pick up right where season 1 left off, with the fate of Void Knight and Santaura revealed. Evil forces and influential villains will continue to disrupt the Dino Fury Rangers. Season 2 will also see Zayto and Aiyon discovering more about Rafkon, their home planet, the development of new and existing relationships, and the introduction of never-before-seen characters. Fans can also look forward to the reveals of exciting, new power-ups, including new Dino Boost Keys!”

“Produced by eOne and Hasbro, the Power Rangers series has been a favorite among superhero fans since 1993, with the launch of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Season 2 of Power Rangers Dino Fury marks the 29th season of Power Rangers,” Netflix says. “The continued partnership with Netflix ensures fans have the latest Power Rangers series at their fingertips. The first season of Power Rangers Dino Fury is currently available on Netflix…”


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  1. I wonder why the move is happening. I’m not complaining as I haven’t like the way Nickelodeon has handled the scheduling for the past few years.

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