Power Rangers Dino Fury is coming to Netflix

Hasbro and Netflix have recently unveiled a huge surprise for the Power Rangers fans as 11 episodes of the current and the 43rd series in the Super Sentai saga, Power Rangers Dino Fury, will be coming to Netflix on June 15th.
It’s even more so special considering that based on the deal Hasbro has had with Netflix over the past couple of years, the recent installments such as Beast Morphers and Ninja Steel would usually hit streaming service after they air but this time Netflix will have 3 whole episodes in their platform weeks before they air in Nickelodeon.
According to the official announcement, the first 11 episodes of Power Rangers Dino Fury will be hitting the streaming service in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand on June 15th.

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This huge announcement could be hinting towards an even bigger collaboration moving forward between Hasbro and Netflix.
The previous seasons of the Power Rangers franchise have been all listed on Netflix previously, but they have left the service eventually. And currently, Hasbro is opting to have all the previous seasons being made available for free on YouTube.
The recent move could also mean that Dino Fury might be going exclusively to Netflix later. Though how Hasbro chooses to roll out this recent installment later on certainly seems interesting at the least.

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Power Rangers Dino Fury follows a brand-new team of Power Rangers, fueled by the pre-historic power of the dinosaurs. When an army of powerful alien beings is unleashed on Earth-threatening life as we know it, it is upon these rangers to stop this threat at all costs.

The show stars Russell Curry as the beloved Dino Fury Red alongside Hunter Deno (Dino Fury Pink), Kainalu Moya (Dino Fury Blue), Chance Perez (Dino Fury Black), and Tessa Rao as the first female Green Power Ranger.

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