To Elie Dekel, President of Saban Brands:
We, the fans, hope that Saban Brands and Nickelodeon would consider making a new reunion for the 2017, or 2018, season of "Power Rangers" that includes actors from the "Mighty Morphin", "Zeo" and "Turbo" seasons as guest stars. Among the actors we hope to see return, or at least invited back, for a new "Power Rangers" reunion include the cast from "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" (Austin St. John as Jason the original Red Ranger, Walter Jones as Zack the original Black Ranger, Amy Jo Johnson as Kimberly the original Pink Ranger, David Yost as Billy the Blue Ranger and Karan Ashley as Aisha the second Yellow Ranger), David J. Fielding as Zordon, Sandi Sellner as Alpha 5, Richard Horvitz as the voice of Alpha 5, Paul Schrier and Jason Narvy as Bulk and Skull, Kerrigan Mahan as the voice of Goldar, Barbara Goodson as the voice of Rita Repulsa, Robert Axelrod as the voice of Lord Zedd, the cast from "Power Rangers Zeo" (Jason David Frank as Tommy the Red Zeo Ranger, Johnny Yong Bosch as Adam the Green Zeo Ranger, Steve Cardenas as Rocky the Blue Zeo Ranger, Catherine Sutherland as Kat the Pink Zeo Ranger and Nakia Burrise as Tanya the Yellow Zeo Ranger), and Blake Anthony Foster as Justin the Blue Turbo Ranger.
For the next "Power Rangers" reunion, fans are hopeful it could be made as either a two-episode TV "movie" like "Clash of the Red Rangers" was on "Power Rangers Samurai" or as a full-length theatrical film to give enough screen time for all of the Rangers and characters who return as guest stars. Regardless of whether the next reunion is one episode long, two episodes long or a film of some kind, we, the fans, hope there will be more character development for the returning guest Rangers as we'd love to know what their characters have been up to since they were last seen on the show, that each character gets a fair amount of screen time and dialogue, each Ranger gets to be shown in battle, and that there can be as much time spent of the actors outside of their Ranger suits as they would be morphed. Fans also hope to see Austin St. John's character Jason be the one to serve as the leader of the past Ranger guest stars if a new reunion is made.
Fans hope that the next reunion could be written by Judd Lynn, who has been involved with the show such as a series writer on such classic "Power Rangers" episode as "Countdown to Destruction" from "Power Rangers In Space", and most recently as the executive producer of "Power Rangers Dino Charge". Fans are also hopeful that Ron Wasserman, who originally did the songs for during the early seasons of "Power Rangers", can return to do the music for the next reunion, that a Zord battle with the current and hopefully previous Zords could be featured, and that the show could finally explain if Tommy ended up with Kimberly or Kat. While it's likely the latter question could be mentioned on the "Super Megaforce" reunion and although Tommy was seen married to Kat in the future on the episode "A Season to Remember" on "Power Rangers Zeo", most fans would love to see Tommy and Kimberly end up as a couple again, as many fans disliked their break up by Kimberly's letter to Tommy on "Power Rangers Zeo". If the show reveals Tommy is married to Kat as the "Zeo" episode intended, some fans hope that it's revealed that Kimberly and Jason have become a couple after the events of the "Turbo" movie so that the "Jimberly" fan romance could see it included on the show's canon.
However, again, these are suggestions as to what could be included IF a new reunion gets made, as we are not trying to tell Saban Brands or Nickelodeon what to do with the series as that's not our place. We realize this new reunion would be very costly with so many previous cast members fans requested at wanting to see back. But with so many past actors expressing interest in going back to the series and so many of these series now new to children from the changes into past Ranger forms on "Power Rangers Super Megaforce", we, the fans, feel it'd be fun to see so many old faces reunite on the show.
We are not trying to in any way be disrespectful to Saban Brands and we are not trying to tell them what to do with their popular TV series, as we have more respect for the series and the cast and crew who work so hard on the show to get it made. We only hope that Saban Brands and Nickelodeon are able to create a new "Power Rangers" reunion on a future season of the series, hopefully in the 2016 season or maybe the 2017 season (the same year that marks both the 10th anniversary of "Once a Ranger" and the 20th anniversary of the "Turbo" movie), that reunites some fan favorite Rangers, villains and other characters and lets some of the original Rangers from various seasons of the series go back to action!