Power Rangers Megaforce
|Power Rangers Megaforce|
Top: The logo for Power Rangers Megaforce season 1
Bottom: The logo for season 2, Super Megaforce
|Created by||Haim Saban
|Directed by||Jonathan Tzachor
John Mark Loudermilk
|Opening theme||"Go Go Power Rangers"|
|Composer(s)||Ron Wasserman (rearranged by Noam Kaniel)|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||40 (List of Megaforce episodes, List of Super Megaforce episodes)|
|Executive producer(s)||Jonathan Tzachor
Haim Saban (Super Megaforce)
Brian Casentini (Super Megaforce)
|Running time||23 minutes|
|Production company(s)||SCG Power Rangers
Power Rangers Productions Ltd.
Toei Company, Ltd.
|Original run||February 2, 2013– November 22, 2014|
|Preceded by||Power Rangers Super Samurai|
|Followed by||Power Rangers Dino Charge|
Power Rangers Megaforce is the twentieth season of the long-running American children's television program Power Rangers. The show is produced by SCG Power Rangers and began airing on Nickelodeon on February 2, 2013. The show will be part of the Power Rangers 20th anniversary. Kidscreen reported that Megaforce will feature "the return of many historic Rangers." Megaforce uses footage, costumes, and props from the Japanese Super Sentai Series Tensou Sentai Goseiger.
The second season, and twenty-first overall, is called Power Rangers Super Megaforce and premiered on February 15, 2014. Super Megaforce uses footage, costumes, and props from Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger.
The Megaforce Power Rangers appeared at the 2012 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, along with the past Red Rangers from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers through Power Rangers Super Samurai. The Rangers' Super Megaforce forms later appeared alongside the Mighty Morphin' Rangers during the 2013 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
When the evil Warstar aliens attack Earth, the supernatural guardian Gosei, assigned to protect the Earth by Zordon, and his faithful robot assistant Tensou recruit five teenagers with attitude to combat the invading forces. Equipped with powers that grant them mastery over martial arts and other forms of combat, the teenagers transform into the latest champions of good: The Power Rangers Megaforce.
In the second Super Megaforce season, when an alien armada led by Prince Vekar plans to invade the Earth, Gosei gives the Megaforce Rangers new Morphers and special keys to allow them to become the Super Megaforce Rangers and also imbues them with the power to transform into any past Power Rangers.
- Andrew Gray as Troy Burrows, the Megaforce/Super Megaforce Red Ranger
- John Mark Loudermilk as Noah Carver, the Megaforce/Super Megaforce Blue Ranger
- Christina Masterson as Emma Goodall, the Megaforce/Super Megaforce Pink Ranger
- Ciara Hanna as Gia Moran, the Megaforce/Super Megaforce Yellow Ranger
- Azim Rizk as Jake Holling, the Megaforce Black Ranger/Super Megaforce Green Ranger
- Cameron Jebo as Orion, the Super Megaforce Silver Ranger
- Chris Auer as the voice of Robo Knight
- Geoffrey Dolan as the voices of Gosei, Gosei Morpher, and Robo Morpher
- Estevez Gillespie as the voice of Tensou
- Shailesh Prajapati as Ernie
- Ian Harcourt as Mr. Burley
- Campbell Cooley as the voice of Admiral Malkor
- Mark Mitchinson as the voice of Creepox
- Jason Hood as the voice of Vrak
- Charlie McDermott as the voice of Bigs
- Jay Simon as the voice of Bluefur
- Sophie Henderson as the voice of Metal Alice
- Andrew Laing as the voice of Messenger
- Stephen Butterworth as the voice of Prince Vekar
- Rebecca Parr as the voice of Levira
- Mike Drew as the voice of Emperor Marvo
- John Leigh as the voice of Damaras
- Mark Wright as the voice of Argus
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- Official website (Megaforce)
- Official website (Super Megaforce)
- Official website (Nickelodeon)
- Power Rangers Megaforce at the Internet Movie Database