The BEST Episodes of Power Rangers

Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!

Last Updated: May 24, 2019

Network: Nickelodeon

Power Rangers is a long-running American children's television series adapted from the Japanese tokusatsu Super Sentai Series. A team of five high school students are selected by Zordon to battle evil. Using martial arts, special weapons, and gigantic robots called "Zords", they protect their city Angel Grove from monsters and witches.

Endings (1)

#1 - Endings (1)

Season 13 - Episode 36 - Aired Nov 7, 2005

The B-Squad SPD Rangers face the evil and far more experienced A-Squad SPD Rangers. To make things even worse, Broodwing, his three Generals, and an army of Krybots swarm the Delta Base, taking over! Meanwhile, now captive of Emperor Gruumm, Doggie Cruger encounters a familiar face from his past.

star 9.12
8 votes
Directors: Greg Aronowitz
Writers: Jackie Marchand
Movie Madness (1)

#2 - Movie Madness (1)

Season 9 - Episode 24 - Aired Jul 21, 2001

The Rangers are ambushed by a mutant director named Cinecon, and sent into different "movie" dimensions: Wes & Trip in a western, Lucas in a samurai flick, Katie in a musical, Jen in a kung-fu film, and Eric in a jungle picture.

star 9.11
9 votes
Directors: Koichi Sakamoto
Writers: Judd Lynn, Jackie Marchand
Future Unknown

#3 - Future Unknown

Season 9 - Episode 10 - Aired Apr 7, 2001

The recent Raimei incident appears to be a sign of history changing, which worries Katie most of all, since she left her family behind in the year 3000. Her concerns about their being erased by the Rangers' actions in the present distract the team, just as Frax unleashes a highly powerful mutant from a secret X-Vault, where the most dangerous criminals are kept.

star 9.00
8 votes
Directors: Judd Lynn
Writers: Judd Lynn, Jackie Marchand
Force from the Future (2)

#4 - Force from the Future (2)

Season 9 - Episode 2 - Aired Feb 10, 2001

Having tracked Ransik and his mob to the city of Silver Hills in the year 2001, Jen and the three Time Force officers find themselves stranded when their Time Ship explodes. Nadira and the Cyclobots take advantage of their new time period by looting and terrorizing, but when the TF officers attempt to use their Chrono-Morphers to stop them, they discover that without the Red one to activate them, they're useless. Yet, the only person who can use the Red Chrono-Morpher is Alex, who's not with them! Can a familiar, yet decidedly different, face be the salvation the team needs?

star 9.00
12 votes
Directors: Koichi Sakamoto
Writers: Judd Lynn, Jackie Marchand
Quantum Secrets

#5 - Quantum Secrets

Season 9 - Episode 20 - Aired Jun 16, 2001

Eric's Quantum Morpher is swiped by Conwing, who uses a mouthpiece to mimic Eric's vocal pattern and take control of the Quantasaurus Rex. It takes some mysterious help from the future to do what Bio-Lab in the present can't, namely unlock some more of the Quantum Ranger's arsenal.

star 9.00
6 votes
Directors: Makoto Yokoyama
Writers: Judd Lynn, Jackie Marchand
Countdown to Destruction (2)

#6 - Countdown to Destruction (2)

Season 6 - Episode 43 - Aired Nov 21, 1998

Defeated and dejected, the Ranger teens seek refuge among the other random pockets of human survivors in Angel Grove. While Andros goes on a solo mission to face his sister in a final battle, his teammates are forced to either reveal their identities to the public and turn themselves in, or stand by and watch as the wrath of Astronema is turned upon their fellow citizens. The lives of the entire universe are in the hands of the Power Rangers, as the moment of truth arrives! But peace cannot be attained without even the greatest of sacrifices...

star 8.90
10 votes
Writers: Judd Lynn
The End of Time (1)

#7 - The End of Time (1)

Season 9 - Episode 38 - Aired Nov 3, 2001

Having been told that they will not survive the battles that will save the future, the Rangers steel themselves for what awaits them, but Wes has other ideas. Meanwhile, Gluto tracks down Frax and notifies Ransik, who captures the cyborg, strips him of what little humanity he has left, and orders him to pilot the Trizirium Crystal-powered Doomtron into Silver Hills

star 8.88
8 votes
Directors: Koichi Sakamoto
Writers: Judd Lynn, Jackie Marchand
The End of Time (3)

#8 - The End of Time (3)

Season 9 - Episode 40 - Aired Nov 17, 2001

When the four TF Officers return from the future to assist Wes, Doomtron is defeated, destroying the brainwashed Frax along with it. Ransik ignores Nadira's pleas, and takes on the Time Force Rangers personally. During his rage against them, he accidentally strikes out against his daughter, and a baby she saved. This snaps Ransik out of his vengeance-filled state of mind, and he willingly gives up to Time Force. With all the mutants now captured, Jen and the gang return to the year 3000. She and Wes reluctantly part ways, their relationship coming to a premature end. In the end, Wes agrees to his father's wishes of his becoming co-commander of the Silver Guardians (alongside Eric, of course), though for nonprofit work only.

star 8.86
7 votes
Directors: Koichi Sakamoto
Writers: Judd Lynn, Jackie Marchand
Reflection (1)

#9 - Reflection (1)

Season 13 - Episode 24 - Aired Aug 12, 2005

The Rangers run up against several alien criminals they've faced before, and all of whom are still captured! Sky, upset about not being given the new Battlizer Kat and Boom have developed for Jack, is sent to interrogate an imprisoned alien named Mirloc. He learns the source of the copycat criminals is a creature called Slate, able to change into others at will. But the information comes at a high cost for Sky, who has to relieve the sad fate of his father.

star 8.67
6 votes
Directors: John Laing
Writers: Jackie Marchand
Edge Of Extinction

#10 - Edge Of Extinction

Season 23 - Episode 20 - Aired Nov 12, 2016

The Rangers find themselves needing help in their toughest fight yet as they do battle with Snide one final time, and Sledge's eggs hatch across the four corners of the Earth.

star 8.64
28 votes
S.W.A.T. (2)

#11 - S.W.A.T. (2)

Season 13 - Episode 27 - Aired Aug 22, 2005

Pushed to their physical and emotional limits by Sgt. Silverback's intense training course, the Rangers, demoted and relieved of their Morphers, are forced to overcome their differences and faults to fully view themselves as a team. If the can pull their team back together, they'll finally wield the power of SWAT. Meanwhile, Shadow and Omega Rangers find the armored foes of Stench & Thresher to be more than powerful adversaries. Also, Piggy finds his allegiances pulled in various directions.

star 8.57
7 votes
Writers: Greg Aronowitz
Forever Red

#12 - Forever Red

Season 10 - Episode 34 - Aired Oct 5, 2002

When the surviving forces of the Machine Empire gather on the moon in an effort to excavate Serpentera, veteran Ranger Tommy assembles the Red Rangers of every previous team, and the current, to assist in stopping them.

star 8.53
17 votes
Directors: Koichi Sakamoto
Writers: Amit Bhaumik
Legendary Battle

#13 - Legendary Battle

Season 21 - Episode 20 - Aired Nov 22, 2014

The Emperor unleashes another massive attack on Earth and nearly defeats the Rangers, but against all odd they remain defiant and are rewarded with the help of all the Legendary Rangers from years past.

star 8.50
18 votes
Dawn of Destiny (1)

#14 - Dawn of Destiny (1)

Season 9 - Episode 28 - Aired Aug 18, 2001

Without any Anti-Venomark serum left to quell his attacks, Ransik storms Bio-Lab in search of their supply. Wes also goes there, trying to convince his father to give up the serum before their research into the substance alters future history. A very deadly encounter occurs, when Ransik comes face to face with Mr. Collins!

star 8.50
6 votes
Directors: Worth Keeter
Writers: Judd Lynn, Jackie Marchand

#15 - Worgworld

Season 23 - Episode 18 - Aired Oct 29, 2016

A new exhibit comes to the Amber Beach Museum: Worg, the robotic caveman. Arcanon sends a musician duo whose music can turn listeners into zombies.

star 8.43
30 votes
Knight After Knights

#16 - Knight After Knights

Season 22 - Episode 12 - Aired Sep 19, 2015

The Rangers must demonstrate their value to persuade their latest ally, the Gold Ranger, but find they do not have the willpower to do so when one of Sledge's monsters steals their courage.

star 8.34
29 votes
Ranger Yellow (2)

#17 - Ranger Yellow (2)

Season 17 - Episode 9 - Aired Apr 25, 2009

In order to keep a promise to her parents, Summer's getting married! Learn how Summer changed from a spoiled rich snob into the independent Yellow Ranger, as her initial journey to Corinth with her long-suffering butler Andrews is revealed. Will Summer go through with the arranged wedding despite her protests? Meanwhile, Tenaya 7 plans to spoil the nuptials, by stealing the only item upholding the Landsdowns' upper-class status, to power up Camera Bot.

star 8.33
9 votes
White Light (2)

#18 - White Light (2)

Season 2 - Episode 18 - Aired Oct 18, 1994

Feeling betrayed and confused, the Ranger Teens have a tough time coping with the notion that Alpha & Zordon are turning someone other than Tommy into their newest teammate. Eventually, they're summoned to the Command Center, where the White Ranger is revealed. He decends from the heavens, fully energized and morphed. Upon removing his helmet, all are pleasantly shocked to witness that it is indeed Tommy. Kim, of course, faints. Now powered by the "light of goodness", Tommy not only has powers that won't fail him, but is so strong that he's become the new team leader. He's given an enchanted talking Saber, called Saba, which acts not only as a guide and weapon, but helps him gain access to his Zord, the White Tigerzord. As the White Ranger & Saba take out Nimrod, AC, & DC using the White Tigerzord, the other Rangers take on Putties swarming upon Bulk & Skull's location. Though still tiny, Rita Repulsa is freed from her mini-dumpster, only to be quickly locked back in by the Rangers. Bulk & Skull, exhausted from trying to get it open, pass out before making the discover of the dumpster's contents. Rita is hurled back into space by Zordon, and the five Power Ranger Teens welcome back Tommy to the team, for good.

star 8.31
29 votes
Writers: Shuki Levy, Shell Danielson
Journey's End (2)

#19 - Journey's End (2)

Season 7 - Episode 44 - Aired Dec 17, 1999

A mass evacuation of the ruins of Terra Venture is underway, attempting to get everyone off of the moon and to the new world before the City Dome collapses. The Deviot-merged Trakeena arms every one of her Stingwingers with bombs, and has them overrun the colony in an effort to stop this escape. The Rangers put their lives on the line to protect the humans, though a sacrifice from an unexpected source aids them enough to tip the balance back into the favor of good.

star 8.29
7 votes
Directors: Ryuta Tasaki
Writers: Judd Lynn
Belly of the Beast

#20 - Belly of the Beast

Season 17 - Episode 18 - Aired Aug 1, 2009

The rangers must return to the factory and destroy the Venjix Doomsday Bot that is being built. Dillon attempts to find his sister before it's too late. Dr. K sends Gem & Gemma on a secret mission to reprogram the Doom Bot enabling it to fuse with the ranger zords and create a new megazord formation.

star 8.27
11 votes
Force from the Future (1)

#21 - Force from the Future (1)

Season 9 - Episode 1 - Aired Feb 3, 2001

In the year 3000, the last remaining criminal, a mutant mastermind called Ransik, is finally captured by the hard work of the Time Force police, particularly thanks to their own Red Ranger, named Alex. His fellow TF Officers, Jen, Trip, Lucas, and Katie are given the task of transporting Ransik to prison, but are ambushed by the mutant's daughter, Nadira, and robotic servant, Frax. Taking command of the prison, filled with cryogenically stored mutants, Ransik plots to escape through time. But first, he'll have a fatal final showdown with the Red Time Force Ranger...

star 8.27
15 votes
Directors: Koichi Sakamoto
Writers: Judd Lynn, Jackie Marchand
Wishing for a Hero

#22 - Wishing for a Hero

Season 22 - Episode 20 - Aired Nov 28, 2015

While searching for a new Purple Ranger, the teens find all their personal wishes coming true in the worst way.

star 8.26
19 votes
Directors: Peter Salmon
Writers: Chip Lynn
The Wedding (1)

#23 - The Wedding (1)

Season 2 - Episode 41 - Aired Feb 13, 1995

Lord Zedd has to take his centeniall slumber, where he naps for a few weeks once every hundred years. Given this time off, the Ranger Teens, along with Bulk & Skull, go on a school-based vacation in Australia. Little does ANY of them realize, that Rita Repulsa has managed to steer her Space Dumpster back to the moon. She crash lands, sneaks into the Lunar Palace, meets up with her still-loyal servant Finster, and gets restored to her normal height. Rita uses Finster's love potion on Zedd while he sleeps. By the time he wakes up, she's been given a make-over to make her face younger ("I don't look a day over 1000!", she claims). Lord Zedd instantly falls in love with her, as expected. He plans a major wedding, which is exactly what she'd hope would happen, wanting to share his power, then eventually betray him when he least expects it. On Earth, Alpha leaves the Command Center for a relaxing stroll. Finster teleports down, and inserts a virus into his system! Alpha goes haywire, acting cruel and evil. He silences Zordon, and tricks the Rangers, still Down Under, to go to an abandoned theater. They do as ordered, but upon teleporting in, they discover that not only can they not teleport out, but the theater's filled with an army of previously destroyed monsters!

star 8.26
19 votes
Directors: Shuki Levy
Writers: Shuki Levy, Shell Danielson
The Power Transfer (2)

#24 - The Power Transfer (2)

Season 2 - Episode 28 - Aired Nov 9, 1994

Rocky, Aisha, and Adam face the same slumbering fate as the rest of the city, until Adam's soccer skills helps to take out the Sleep Machine. Meanwhile, across the galaxy, the Power Rangers barely manage to snag the Sword Of Light and teleport away before the entire Deserted Planet is melted into slag by Lord Zedd's Zord, Serpentera. Now able to complete the Power Transfer, the replacement Rangers, good old Aisha, Adam, & Rocky, are infused with the Yellow, Black, and Red Rangers energies, respectively. Their first mission comes instantly, as Zedd sends the Silverhorns monster down to attack the city. As if the Thunderzords didn't have enough trouble, Serpentera returns, but thanks to its blowing up of the Deserted Planet and round trips across the universe, it quickly runs out of energy and retreats. Jason, Zack, and Trini depart to the airport, with their former teammates and former best friends watching from VERY afar on the Viewing Globe, so as to not let on the fact that the actors quit/were fired and that's not even them.

star 8.26
23 votes
Writers: Judd Lynn
Green With Evil (4): Eclipsing Megazord

#25 - Green With Evil (4): Eclipsing Megazord

Season 1 - Episode 20 - Aired Oct 8, 1993

Goldar grows and attacks Angel Grove, and nearly eats Bulk & Skull. Meanwhile, the search for Zordon heats up, but while the Rangers are out, Green Ranger sneaks back into the Command Center, and attempts to sabotage it again. Alpha's prepared, capturing him in a stasis shield briefly. Rita frees him, and uses her Magic Wand to make him grow! He joins Goldar & Scorpina in fighting the Megazord, as Rita casts a spell to eclipse the sun and cut off its solar power reserves. Though the Power Sword helps add a boost of energy, the Megazord falls to the trio of evil. The Zords separate and scatter into a burning hole in the ground. Our heroes retreat in defeat, but learn from Alpha's brief short reencounter, the true identity of the Green Ranger: their new mood-swinging pal, Tommy Oliver!

star 8.26
47 votes
Directors: Robert Hughes
Writers: Stewart St. John, Cindy McKay