Exclusive: Find Out When Power Rangers Megaforce Premieres and Get a First Look at the Cast

Jan 16 2013, 6:45am CST | by

Exclusive: Find Out When Power Rangers Megaforce Premieres and Get a First Look at the Cast
Photo Credit: TV Guide

Ciara Hanna, Christina Masterson, Robo Knight, Andrew Gray, Azim Rizk, John Mark Loudermilk | Photo Credits: Saban Brands

Power Rangers is returning with a new season, a new ranger and a new villain on Saturday, Feb. 2 at 1 p.m/12c on Nickelodeon, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

Power Rangers Megaforce, which marks the series' 20th season, features Gosei, a supernatural guardian who for centuries has protected the Earth with his robotic aide, Tensou. But when the evil Warstar aliens begin their massive invasion, Gosei calls upon five teenagers with talent and attitude to form the ultimate team, the Power Rangers Megaforce.

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This season introduces new cast members Ciara Hanna as Gia, the Yellow Ranger; Christina Masterson as Emma, the Pink Ranger; Andrew Gray as Troy, the Red Ranger; John Mark Loudermilk as Noah, the Blue Ranger; and Azim Rizk as the new Black Ranger. The role of Robo Knight, seen in the photo, will be revealed later in the season.

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