Parents' Guide to

Power Rangers Beast Morphers

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Heroes battle cybervillain in another action-packed entry.

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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.

Community Reviews

age 15+

Based on 8 parent reviews

age 18+

One the Best season ever

One of the best Neo Saban season out there it's fun to watch great characters development for the good guys and the bad guys most importantly the storyline is easy to follow not all over the place like past season

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age 18+

One of best power rangers season

Going into this season fully expected it to be a bad season cuz of Megaforce and ninja Steel it's like the people down at Power Rangers stop trying. I mean with Megaforce things didn't make sense and with Ninja Steel it felt like you were watching a kindergarten show. Samurai Dino Charge and Beast Morpher may not be perfect but at least they tried

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Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (8):
Kids say (17):

Twenty-six versions in, and Power Rangers still manages to rebrand essentially the same storyline of teens-turned-unlikely-heroes to surprisingly effective success. As always, it's an acquired taste; the hyperbolic costumes and general campiness of the show aren't for everyone. Beast Morphers' production value far exceeds that of many of its forerunners, but the overall package still looks hokey compared to other action series.

But maybe that's what accounts for the Power Rangers franchise's longstanding success, at least in part. In a genre that's heavy on action that tries to look real, Beast Morphers never really suggests it's anything of the sort. The colorful costumes, retro Beast Bots, oversized Zords, and unapologetically cheesy villains are a type all their own, and if track record means anything, then Beast Morphers will find and please its own niche audience.

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