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‘Power Rangers Dino Fury’ sneak peak ahead of the premiere

Olly and Amelia encounter Void Knight.

The 28th season of Power Rangers is set to begin tomorrow on Nickelodeon with Power Rangers Dino Fury. The series is adapted from the Japanese Super Sentai series, Kishiryu Sentai Ryusoulger and features morphinominal combat footage. There is also a completely new cast of energetic heroes, notorious villains, and imaginative monsters.

Ahead of the premiere on Saturday, February 20, we have a sneak peek clip that will hopefully get you excited for more. Olly and Amelia, the blue and pink rangers respectively, find themselves in quite a predicament when facing off against Void Knight.

On the show, an army of fierce aliens are released upon Earth threatening all of existence. A brand-new team of Power Rangers, who draw upon the pre-historic power of dinosaurs, are recruited to protect our planet. The cast includes Russell Curry (Red Ranger “Zayto”), Kai Moya (Blue Ranger “Ollie”), Hunter Deno (Pink Ranger “Amelia”), Tessa Rao (Green Ranger “Izzy”) and Chance Perez (Black Ranger “Javi”).

Power Rangers Dino Fury will air Saturdays, at 8 a.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon.

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