According to a report from Trademarkia, Saban ( Power Rangers creator) have decided not to renew the trademark for their Entertainment division logo which includes online games, motion pictures, multimedia entertainment content, and television shows.
“The description provided to the USPTO for SABAN’S POWER RANGERS is Entertainment in the nature of online games; entertainment services in the nature of creation, development, distribution and production of motion pictures, multimedia entertainment content and television shows; entertainment services, namely, personal appearances by characters and individuals associated with motion pictures and television series and other entertainment programs; fan clubs; presentation of live show performances; providing a website featuring entertainment information, interviews, movie clips and trailers, online games, television clips and trailers and short form entertainment content delivered by internet, mobile and wireless networks; providing a website featuring non-downloadable videos and images in the fields of action, adventure and science fiction delivered by internet, mobile and wireless networks.”
Power Rangers will celebrate it 25th anniversary in 2018. We are guessing Saban planning on introducing new logo and future plans for the franchise.
The show first produced by Toei Company aired in Japan as “tokusatsu Super Sentai,” and later received an American remark “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers,” by Saban Entertainment and aired on the Fox Kids network from 1993 to 2001.