For twenty-nine years, the Power Rangers have graced television (or streaming services) across the world as ordinary teenagers/young-adults with attitude have taken up arms to fight evil forces. And now – quite possibly for the last time – the Power Rangers once again harness unimaginable powers to face their greatest and oldest foe in Power Rangers Cosmic Fury, premiering worldwide on September 29th exclusively on Netflix. We were provided with a screener copy of the 30th season of Power Rangers to review and share with Power Rangers fans. This is our non-spoiler review. On September 29th, we will share a full spoiler-filled review with more detailed and concrete thoughts. There are specific story beats and moments that have been requested to be left off any reviews until the series premieres, and we are complying with that request in this review.
Power Rangers Cosmic Fury takes place immediately following the events of the finale in the second season of Power Rangers Dino Fury. Zayto and the others have chased Lord Zedd across the galaxy to the planet Zordnia. Almost immediately, the Power Rangers Dino Fury find themselves in an unfavorable situation that shakes the very makeup of their team to the core. What follows is a heart-warming story of family, friendship, and focusing on hope. Here are the basic bits.