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Amazon’s LoveFilm grows content with Power Rangers deal

Two decades' worth of Power Rangers content is headed to Amazon-owned European digital subscription service LoveFilm, which is already home to a collection of kids shows and films from such companies as Aardman, Marvel and DHX Media.
March 15, 2013

Two decades’ worth of Power Rangers content is headed to Amazon-owned European digital subscription service LoveFilm, which is already home to a collection of kids shows and films from such companies as¬†Aardman, Marvel and DHX Media.

LoveFilm, which has roughly two million subscribers across the UK, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, and Norway, has struck a content deal with Power Rangers brand-owner Saban that will allow members to view the first episodes of Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers, which began airing in 1993, through to the most recent Super Samurai season, which will be available in HD.

The content deal also makes the live-action Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation available for streaming.

The deal will undoubtedly open the Power Rangers series to new audiences – both young kids and nostalgic grown-ups.

LoveFilm will also soon be home to the recently greenlit  crop of preschool series from Amazon Studios.

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