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Power Rangers Beast Morphers Season 2 News




Power Rangers Beast Morphers will return! While the first season just wrapped up there's still more story to tell! The 27th season of Power Rangers will be the second season Power Rangers Beast Morphers and it's airing on Nickelodeon in 2020! Beast Morphers will continue to adapt footage from the Japanese Super Sentai series Go-Busters. 
Power Rangers Beast Morphers Return Date
Power Rangers Beast Morphers' currently doesn't have an official return date but Power Rangers has usually debuted their new seasons in February or March. We'll let you know when we find out more!
Power Rangers Beast Morphers Cast
Huge news out of SDCC 2019 was that Austin St. John, the original Red Ranger (Jason Lee Scott), is set to appear in Power Rangers Beast Morphers season two! Scroll down to check out a teaser featuring the legend.
Rorrie Travis stars as the Red Ranger (Devon), Jasmeet Baduwalia as the Blue Ranger (Ravi), and Jackie Scislowski as the Yellow Ranger (Zoey). 
Colby Strong also stars Blaze, Liana Ramirez as Roxy, Abraham Rodriguez as Nate, Kristina Ho as Betty, and Cosme Flores as Ben.
Power Rangers Beast Morphers Trailer
At SDCC 2019 we got a  trailer for the second half of the first season of Power Rangers Beast Morphers. However at the end we got a few shots from the second season including the new Beast-X mode, new zords, and the return of Rangers from Mighty Morphin, Dino Thunder, and Dino Charge! So far we've only seen Jason out of suit. You can watch that trailer below.
Power Rangers Beast Morphers Season 2 Story
We don't have an official synopsis of the season yet but the trailer above does let us know that all of the previous Dinosaur themed teams will be showing up in the season. For what reason we don't know yet!
We also know that Evox has infected Devon's dad and Roxy and Blaze have been freed from their comas. What will happen with them remains to be seen!
Stay tuned to Den of Geek for more information!
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Shamus Kelley is a pop culture/television writer and official Power Rangers expert. Follow him on Twitter! He also co-hosts a Robotech podcast, which covers the original series and the new comics. Give it a listen! Read more articles by him here!

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