Although it was recently announced that Paramount and Hasbro are preparing a new reboot movie about the Power Rangers, it is now also known that a new series is on the way that will not be related to that production.
According to We Got This Covered, the series that is still in its earliest stage will have a more serious tone and focus on more mature audiences.
Probably it is a movement that aims to recover the longest-running fans of the rangers, if the statements of the star David Yost are taken into account, who assured that he would like to see the original team reunited. This series could be the perfect occasion.
The adaptation preparing for the cinema is chaired by Paramount in conjunction with Hasbro, who were responsible for bringing to the movies sagas such as that of GI Joe and Transformers, films that were characterized by their great commercial focus, high budgets and comedy and action tones.
for audiences of all kinds. With this in mind, the series would make a big difference between what is offered in theaters and what is seen on television.
It is probably an approach that appeals to the nostalgia of the fans who grew up watching the show during the 90s.
So far the news is handled as a rumor when there are still no official sources that can confirm it, nor news about who will be in charge of production.
Jonathan Entwistle who carries the Netflix series The End of the F ** Viking World and I Am Not Okay With This, content dedicated to today’s youth audience.
The film adaptation of 2017, although it was pleasant for the audiences, meant a market failure for the studios, so the already agreed plans for a sequel were canceled.
Whatever the writers have planned, time travel and heading into space will definitely be a way to differentiate the latest Power Rangers reboot from their last outing. And hopefully, both elements will bring in larger audiences than the previous reboot saw