Discussion in 'The Power Chamber' started by HenshinRebel, May 12, 2010.
I don't think this is some shitty rumor, this is actually real. Variety.com isn't the only site that has reported this.........The New York Times' website has also reported this as well.
So this is legit, ladies and gentlemen.
Just like the first sentence in the article has stated
I have to say...hooleeee shit.
The Rangers are back in action!
They're moving to Nick........which means there is still a kids network that believes American toku can make a revival.
If anything, the Wang Bros. should look into this and try to persuade Nick to take on the Kamen Rider franchise as well if they are planning any new Rider adaptation projections
Jonathan Tzachor is coming back also.
This is great news, can't wait!
OH MY FRIGG'N GOD!! You can almost hear the fans cheering right now!!
Something to look forward to :buttrock:
You've had no idea! I'm collapsing on the floor crying right now, because this is big victory that I've longed wanting to hear for! I just can't believe that Power Rangers has returned back home with Saban! Now..we can celebrate the BIG VICTORY!!!
My main question about all of this is.........
The article states that Nick gave Saban the opportunity to produce "20 new Power Rangers episodes" along with the entire collection of re-runs from the past series.
How the hell are they gonna make a season of Power Rangers with 20 episodes out of the footage from 49-50 episodes of Shinkenger or Goseiger?!!!
Hmm, I bet the timing of this deal explains why we got the "remastered" original MMPR instead of a Shinkenger adaptation. Why would Disney spend money on a new season of a property it was offloading?
I would lay money on Saban intending to revitalize the brand through some sort of Shinkenger (or possibly Goseiger) adaptation. You could do all of the Shinkenger high notes in about 20 episodes, though.
Nickelodeon is a very logical home if Shinkenger is the series Saban wants to relaunch with. I could see the network that produced Avatar being perfectly okay with the most Japaneesiest Power Rangers series ever to Japan.
I guess this is Viacom's move in light of losing their Marvel shows.
This is fantastic. Absolutely fantastic.
Idk but I see Goseigers being adapted more than anything. However that 20 eps deal is of concern, but who cares. it's been re-acquired by Saban!! Welcome Home Rangers!
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