Power Rangers Ninja Steel To Debut In 2017

Saban released this image as it shows seven out of the ten Rangers. That gold/copper one is truly [...]

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The Power Rangers are still going strong, even after 23 years with the newest iteration announced today by Nickelodeon: Power Rangers Dino Super Charge. Debuting January 30th at 12 ET/PT, it will be the biggest Ranger roster yet as for the first time, the team will include 10 Rangers!

(Photo: Saban)

Saban released this image as it shows seven out of the ten Rangers. That gold/copper one is truly the coolest. That's not all Saban and Nick announced today, though.

After Dino Super Charge, the newest line in the Power Rangers franchise was announced. Season 24 of the Power Rangers will be titled Power Rangers Ninja Steel. While no images have been shown yet, but since it's based on Shuriken Sentai Ninninger, it shouldn't be a problem figuring out what they look like.

Here's the thing as well, Ninja Steel sounds like the most insane Power Ranger series ever with elements of Hunger Games being thrown into the mix. Check out Nickelodeon's official description that they provided ComicBook.com with:

"Saban's Power Rangers Ninja Steel starts deep in space, where Zircon is the reigning champion of the most popular intergalactic game show in the universe, and monsters battle to prove who is the mightiest warrior. Zircon is determined to become invincible by controlling the mythical Spirit Crystal, which contains six supernatural Ninja Power Throwing Stars. The only thing standing in his way is a new team of heroic teenage Power Rangers who possess the Spirit Crystal. The evil Zircon sends his warrior contestants down to Earth to steal the Crystal, where each epic battle against the Rangers is broadcast throughout the universe. Together, the Rangers must master their arsenal of Throwing Stars, Zords and Megazords, each made of legendary ninja steel, in order to stop this evil threat and save our planet from destruction."

"We're thrilled to continue our longtime partnership with Nickelodeon to launch future installments of the Power Rangers series on this incredible platform," said Janet Hsu, Chief Executive Officer of Saban Brands.

So Ranger fans, are you in for Ninja Steel? How do you feel about 10 Rangers on the team at the same time in the upcoming Super Dino Charge?