Power Rangers Ninja Storm Online
Three rebellious students are the last ones remaining at their ninja academy after evil aliens attack the Earth. With mankind at the brink of destruction, the fate of the world lies in the hands of these unlikely heroes. Their ninja master teaches them to harness ancient mystical energies that transform them into Power Rangers.
|Series cast summary:|
|Pua Magasiva||-||Shane Clarke / - 38 episodes, 2003|
|Sally Martin||-||Blue Wind Ranger / - 38 episodes, 2003|
|Glenn McMillan||-||Waldo 'Dustin' Brooks / - 38 episodes, 2003|
|Jason Chan||-||Cameron 'Cam' Watanabe / - 38 episodes, 2003|
|Katrina Browne||-||Kapri 38 episodes, 2003|
|Katrina Devine||-||Marah 38 episodes, 2003|
|Grant McFarland||-||Lothor / - 38 episodes, 2003|
|Adam Tuominen||-||Crimson Thunder Ranger / - 36 episodes, 2003|
|Jorge Vargas||-||Blake Bradley / - 36 episodes, 2003|
|Peter Rowley||-||Zurgane 35 episodes, 2003|
|Megan Nicol||-||Kelly Halloway 29 episodes, 2003|
|Bruce Hopkins||-||Choobo 29 episodes, 2003|
First incarnation of PR to only have one female ranger.
The second season to feature two siblings as fellow Power Rangers.
The first Power Rangers season since Power Rangers Turbo (1997) to not feature rangers returning from the previous season (Adam and Justin from Turbo returned during Power Rangers in Space (1998), and Power Rangers Lost Galaxy (1999) started the team-up tradition).
This is the second season to feature a villain that is related to at least one of the main characters.
Very early materials suggested that the rivalry between the Wind and Thunder Rangers was supposed to play out a lot longer than it did (and possibly be the central conflict of the series, rather than a traditional villain), with kids even being encouraged to pick sides for themselves.
The series originally involved Tommy running a Power Ranger Academy and acting as mentor to the new Rangers. The Phantom Ranger would lead a rival faction, causing a civil war. There would be reappearances from various previous Rangers, villains such as Scorpina and allies like Ninjor. This was quashed when the show moved to New Zealand and the production crew changed. Although there are other reports that it was Jason who opposed Tommy instead of the Phantom Ranger instead, according to the head writer for Wild Force: Amit Bhaumik.
Because the show is directed at the U.S. market and most of the cast are either Australians or New Zealanders, the actors adopt American accents to cover their native ones.
New Zealand, the country where this series is being filmed, hasn't aired any Power Rangers series on television since the original in 1994, due to "violence" concerns.
In the episode 24 Tongue and Cheek, Kapri and Marsh are checking their space mail and get a letter from the planet Triforia and mention that the guys are 3 times cuter there. This is a reference to Power Rangers Zeo (1996) and Trey the original gold ranger
Cam is one of the only green rangers in the entire franchise who isn't a comic relief character, unless you count his snark.
Shane's older brother is played by Pua Magasiva's brother, Robbie.
This was the very first Power Rangers series to air on ABC instead of Fox, after Disney's acquisition of Fox Family (now ABC Family) - which included Saban Entertainment (now BVS) and the Power Rangers franchise - from News Corporation and Haim Saban. Though, ABC aired season two of Power Rangers Wild Force (2002) after its previous season on Fox.
Hunter is the older brother to Blake, Rodrigo Vargas Jr. who played Blake is three years older than Adam Tuominen who played Hunter in real life.
Emma Lahana auditioned for Tori, she would appear as Kira in Power Rangers DinoThunder (2004) a year later.
A crossover with Power Rangers Wild Force (2002) was planned as stated in an interview by producer Jackie Marchand, but due to production relocating to New Zealand and that it would be too expensive to bring in the cast, it was scrapped.
The first Power Rangers series to feature a female blue ranger.
The first Power Rangers series to feature a human male yellow ranger. The first non human male yellow Ranger was Tideus of the Alien Rangers from the third season of the first series. Whenever a Super Sentai show is adapted for a Power Rangers series, the yellow ranger is often depicted as a woman.
Doug Sloan has said more than once that Tori's scepticism in the premiere was meant to be taken as just that and never as an indication of a continuity reboot.