Please reunite the Mighty Morphin cast members on Power Rangers

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In August 1993, the Fox Kids network premiered "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" and the series became a huge hit. While "Mighty Morphin" ran for three seasons from 1993 to 1995, some of the cast members stayed on for the two follow-up seasons, "Power Rangers Zeo" in 1996 and "Power Rangers Turbo" in 1997. Every year since "Mighty Morphin" ended, the "Power Rangers" TV series changed its title, cast members, powers and so on, and the show continues to air on TV to this day with its current season "Power Rangers Ninja Steel". Over the years, when "Power Rangers" would have special team-up episodes and/or reunion episodes, some select actors from "Mighty Morphin" (such as Austin St. John, Johnny Yong Bosch and Jason David Frank) would return to the TV series as guest stars. To this day, no reunion special or team-up special has ever included the entire "Mighty Morphin" team as guest stars. There was even once an Instagram post in 2015 from the official "Power Rangers" account teasing the return of Zack, Kimberly, Billy, Aisha and Jason from "Mighty Morphin" on the "Power Rangers Dino Charge" series before the post was deleted, teasing that a possible episode using footage of the MMPR/Dino Thunder/Dino Charge team-up from the Super Sentai series (a.k.a. the Japanese counterpart of "Power Rangers") may have been in the works. Whatever that post meant before it was deleted, it's the only time "Power Rangers" has ever teased reuniting the full Mighty Morphin team since "Mighty Morphin" ended its third season.Whatever the reasons as to why it never happened, whether it was because of scheduling conflicts or that former cast members have now long since become union actors while "Power Rangers" remains a non-union TV series, "Power Rangers" has yet to reunite the cast of its original, and arguably most popular, series.

Recently, Jason David Frank (Tommy Oliver, the Mighty Morphin Green Ranegr and Mighty Morphin White Ranger) has expressed interest in reuniting with his old cast members, the original Mighty Morphin Rangers, for a panel at a comic convention and in May 2018, David Yost offered to work with Hasbro as a co-developer and co-producer of a "Mighty Morphin" cast reunion. We, the fans, say why not have them all reunite on the "Power Rangers" TV show or for a Netflix reunion movie?  Now that Hasbro has bought "Power Rangers" from the series' co-creator Haim Saban, we, the fans, would like to see "Power Rangers" finally do everything in its, well, power to invite back any/all cast members who would like to return to "Power Rangers" and finally reunite all of the "Mighty Morphin" cast members one last time on the popular TV series. Fans would love to see Walter Jones (Zack Taylor, the original Black Ranger), Amy Jo Johnson (Kimberly Hart, the original Pink Ranger), David Yost (Billy Cranston, the Blue Ranger), Karan Ashley (Aisha Campbell, the second Yellow Ranger), Austin St. John (Jason Lee Scott, the original Red Ranger) and Jason David Frank all return to "Power Rangers" for an episode or two or a Netflix movie reunion, as well as Johnny Yong Bosch (Adam Park, the second Black Ranger), Steve Cardenas (Rocky DeSantos, the second Red Ranger) and Catherine Sutherland (Katherine "Kat" Hillard, the second Pink Ranger), that teams the original Rangers with the current Ranger season's team. As a bonus, we would like to see the supporting cast members from "Mighty Morphin" reprise their roles as well, including Paul Schrier and Jason Narvy (Farkas "Bulk" Bulkmeier and Eugene "Skull" Skullovitch), David J. Fielding (Zordon), Richard Horvitz (the voice of Alpha 5), Kerrigan Mahan (the voice of Goldar), Robert Axelrod (the voice of Finster and Lord Zedd), Barbara Goodson (the voice of Rita Repulsa) and Carla Perez (Rita Repulsa).  If a new reunion is made, fans hope to see Austin St. John's Jason Lee Scott serve as the team leader this time and that Jason David Frank could return as both Tommy Oliver and his evil alternate dimension counterpart from the current "Mighty Morphin" comic book series, Lord Drakkon. That said, we, the fans, hope that the show invites back as many of the "Mighty Morphin" cast as possible and that the storyline, whatever it is, will focus on the whole team.

We, the fans, feel a "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" reunion on a future season of the "Power Rangers" TV series or as a Netflix reunion film would be fun and exciting for all parties involved. It would be a dream come true for long-time fans of the series to see all of the original Rangers reunite and morph one more time.  After so many failed opportunities to reunite the entire cast on any of its "Power Rangers" series over the years, we would love to see Hasbro finally reunite all of the "Mighty Morphin" cast, or as many as possible who would like to return, and let the original Rangers go back to action.



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