The neo-Saban era of Power Rangers ushered in the super season. Many Fans dread the “super season”, mainly from a lack of creativity with the title. Ever since Power Rangers Samurai and Power Rangers Super Samurai, the word ‘Super’ is what has defined the second season of the series. Was this lazy? In short, yes. The word super never really played into any of the events of the season. Besides small power-ups, the only time it remotely made sense was for Power Rangers Megaforce. Even then it didn’t matter because Megaforce didn’t deliver from a storytelling perspective.
With the new era of Power Rangers with Hasbro at the helm, many fans demanded change. Change for the better to get the franchise back to a place where the storytelling was on par with the action. To get back to the show that many of us fell in love with. A big first step was adapting an older Sentai, Go-Buster. This set the tone for where Hasbro wanted to take the franchise. So far, the storytelling for Beast Morphers has lived up to the expectations of what fans have been clamoring for. Nevertheless, one question still remains. Will Season 2 of Beast Morphers fall prey to the dreaded “Super” season?
Power Rangers: Beast Morphers – Chatting up the Gold Ranger
Recently, Abraham Rodriguez, who plays Nate, the Gold Ranger, spoke with That Hashtag Show on their weekly Ranger Wrap-Up. We asked if he could shed light on what Season 2 will be called. Unfortunately it seems he doesn’t know. However, during their table reads there didn’t seem to be any indication that Season 2 will be called “Super”. Below is what Nate had to say:
THS: One question that’s been on the fans minds, for the past few years we’ve had Power Rangers and Super season. Do you know if the second season of Beast Morphers is Power Rangers Super Beast Morphers or is it just Power Rangers Beast Morphers Season 2?
Abraham Rodriguez: I actually don’t know and I’m actually curious to know that myself. But it hasn’t been a think within our table reads or anything so I’m not sure if they’re going to do that.
Thus far Hasbro has done a great job of listening to the fans and has been delivering on great products and awesome storytelling with Power Rangers Beast Morphers. If the trend continues it looks like the ‘Super’ season may be a thing of the past. What do you think? Are you ready for the ‘Super’ seasons to end? Leave a comment below.