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Episode 1 “Beasts Unleashed” Summary & End Credits

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Aired: Saturday, March 2nd, 2019

Music by Matt McGuire

Directed by Simon Bennett & Yuji Noguchi

Rorrie D. Travis as Devon
Jazz Baduwalia as Ravi
Jacqueline Scislowski as Zoey

Created By Haim Saban & Toei Company Ltd.

Co-Producer: Melissa Flores

Executive Producers: Chip Lynn & Brian Casentini

Executive Producers: Brian Goldner, Haim Saban & Stephen Davis

Power Rangers Beast Morphers


After years of waiting, it is now just hours away from when Mayor Adam Daniels will pull the switch for the first time for clean Morph-X Energy to flow from the Power Rangers’ Morphin Grid into the Morph-X Tower network throughout the city. They are tapping into the energy source that gives the Power Rangers their powers. They plan to use clean Morph-X Energy to power the entire city including automobiles.

At the city’s youth center – Riptide Gym, Blaze instructs some students during a karate training session. Blaze is wearing a bracelet of some kind. One of the students, Devon doesn’t follow along as he wants to learn more challenging moves. So Blaze attacks but Devon fends him off. Also there wearing bracelets are Ravi and Roxy. The Mayor shows up at Riptide Gym to take his son for a ride – Devon Daniels.

Riding in a limo, Adam Daniels has a talk with his son. Devon was supposed to be at a job interview that his dad set up for him but he went to the gym instead. Devon learns that his dad is going to Grid Battleforce Headquarters where it is rumored to have this incredible battle simulator that is unbeatable but his dad tells him that he can’t go. His dad explains, that’s where they tapped into the Morphin Grid and he believes the whole Morph-X experiment is a dangerous mistake and doesn’t want Devon to go near the place. But Devon uses his phone to sneak a photo of his dad’s Security Approved Visitor ID Pass.

The limo driver drops the Mayor off at Grid Battleforce Headquarters and is to drive his son home. But Devon exits the limo to enter the building as he loves a challenge.

As two security guards – Betty Burke and Ben Burke, overly perform a body scan of the Visitor (the Mayor), Devon sneaks inside using the photo on his phone to get pass the scanners.

Zoey Reeves from the laundry department helps the Mayor get pass the guards. She trained to be a Battleforce cadet but got cut. She loves helping out and solving problems.

Commander Shaw leads the Mayor into the main laboratory where she shows him Morph-X. Nate Silva, the child prodigy and chief scientist at Grid Battleforce explains that it exists as pure energy in the Morphin Grid, but he refined it into a liquid. Nate came to Grid Battleforce when he was just 6 years old. At 10, he discovered how to tap into the Power Rangers’ Morphin Grid.

Devon strolls into the Morphing lab and looks around. Commander Shaw, Nate and the Mayor enter the Morphing lab so Devon hides. Nate reveals to the Mayor what they have been creating in secret – When the Mayor activates the Morph-X Tower network for the first time, Morph-X flowing through the lab will combine with animal DNA then flow into their three human subjects, mutating their DNA to create Power Rangers. Nate then reveals the Rangers’ equipment – Beast-X Blasters, Beast-X Sabers, Beast-X Morphers and Morph-X Keys, and reveals they also have transporters. The Mayor is impressed, though the identities of the three human subjects are kept secret from him. The Mayor leaves for the ceremony.

Devon discovers the three human subjects are Blaze, Roxy and Ravi. He then sees an avatar of a cobra, a virus in their computer network. He warns them of the avatar but is placed in a holding cell. Commander Shaw tells Nate to run a full check on the computer system.

Roxy and Ravi were a couple and still want to be together but the rules say, ‘Rangers can’t date Rangers.’

No virus is detected in the system and the countdown continues. The Morphin Grid interface is activated and Morph-X flow is initiated. The Mayor pulls the switch.

Nate and his assistants begin Morph-X DNA reconstruction for the three subjects but the virus – Evox, takes over the system and infects the Morph-X. Evox wants the Morphin Grid.

The holding cell malfunctions and Devon escapes.

An evil Ranger avatar of Blaze is created and the real Blaze falls to the floor unconscious. Devon and Zoey enter the Morphing lab. An avatar of Roxy is created and Roxy falls unconscious. Devon interrupts the process before an avatar of Ravi could be created.

Devon, Zoey and Ravi fight the two evil avatar Rangers. But avatar Roxy captures them and attempts to have three more avatars created but Nate rescues them and initiates the Morph sequence and a new team of Power Rangers is created. Devon is the Red Ranger. Zoey is the Yellow Ranger. And Ravi is the Blue Ranger.

The animal DNA inside the Rangers gives them special abilities. Mutated with Cheetah DNA, the Red Ranger can move at extremely fast speeds. Mutated with Jackrabbit DNA, the Yellow Ranger can jump at great heights, higher than other Rangers. Mutated with Gorilla DNA, the Blue Ranger can increase his strength.

Nate and the Rangers use the transporters to transport the evil avatars away to another dimension.

Blaze and Roxy can’t be awakened as they are linked with their avatars through the Morphin Grid and the only way to save them is to destroy their avatars.

Ravi is Commander Shaw’s son. Ravi leads Devon and Zoey to the battle simulator…

End Credits:

Abraham Rodriguez as Nate
Colby Strong as Blaze
Liana Ramirez as Roxy
Cosme Flores as Ben
Kristina Ho as Betty

Written by Chip Lynn

Commander – Teuila Blakely
Mayor Daniels – Kevin Copeland
Muriel – Sia Trokenheim
Technician – Amber-Rose Henshall
Mayor’s Assistant – J.J. Fong
Lab Assistant – Leon Wadham
Officer – Rawiri Jobe
Officer #2 – Paddy Leishman
Voice of Evox – Randall Ewing

Lead Writers – Becca Barnes & Alwyn Dale
Story Department Assistant – Maiya Thompson
Script Coordinator – Cameron Dixon
Executive Producer’s Assistant – James Collins

Theme Song
Composed & Arranged by – Noam Kaniel

Line Producer – Sarah Spurway
Unit Production Manager – Jo Tagg
2nd Unit Production Manager – Phee Phanshell
Production Coordinator – Morgan Waru
Cast Coordinator – Anita Corcoran
Production Secretary – Jadin Leslie
Cast Assistants – Taj Mohammed-Kapa & Pearl Williamson
Production Assistant – McKenna Waru
Production Runners – Ngametua Paitai & Emily Lenz
2nd Unit Production Runner – Tim Phimester
Production Accountant – Rebecca Reid
1st Assistant Accountant – Tania Irwin
Accounts Assistants – Sarah Boniface & Lisa Marinkovich

2nd Unit Director – Yuji Noguchi
1st Assistant Director – Craig Wilson
2nd Unit 1st Assistant Director – Mark Harlen
2nd Assistant Director – Luke Wheeler
2nd Unit 2nd Assistant Director – Victoria Connell
3rd Assistant Director – Lisa Prestt
2nd Unit 3rd Assistant Director – Jonny Moffatt
Script Supervisor – Lisa Cook
2nd Unit Script Supervisor – Awanui Simich-Pene
US Casting by – Iris Hampton
Extra’s Coordinator – Yvonne Bennett
Dialogue Coach – Jim McLarty

Production Designer – Tracey Collins
Art Director – Davin Voot
Onset Art Director – Dion Boothby
2nd Unit Onset Art Director – Zach Becroft
Art Department Coordinator – Fiona Rigby
Props Master – Bonnie Kells
Props Buyer – Carmel Rata
Standby Props – Thom Horton
2nd Unit Standby Props – Felix Becroft
Standby Props Assistant – Emma Gravatt
Graphic Designer – Lisa Rushworth
Set Decorator – Setu Lio
Set Dressers – AJ Thompson, Calum Macmillan, Georgina Watson & Diva Blair
Art Department Runner – Renee Kofoed

Costume Designer – Sarah Voon
Costume Supervisor – Anna Voon
Key Cutter – Ann Mockett
2nd Cutter – Amy Craven
Costume Buyer – Shona Lee
Costume Maker #1 – Holly Leighton
Costume Maker #2 – Emily Graham
Costume Maker #3 – Tanya Kakoma
Costume Standby – Rachel Voon
2nd Unit Costume Standby – Amethyst Parker
Costume Standby Assistant – Isadora Winterflood
2nd Unit Costume Standby Assistant – Eva Urlwin
Dresser – Keri Wheeler
2nd Unit Dresser – Maggie Braithwaite

Construction Manager – Bryan Gravatt
Carpenters – Kirit Kesha & Rodger Brown
Costume Props Supervisor – Sally Maingay
Costume Props Makers – Brett Sutherland & Andrea Matysik
Costume Props Assistant – David McClunie
Head Scenic Artist – Ben Griffiths
Scenic Leading Hand – Nigel Roberts
Vehicle Wrangler – Simon Wheeler
Supervising Props Maker – Matthias Sudholter
Prop Makers – Bryan Fulk, Jacob Walls & Neil Marnane
Props Painter – Alysha Thomas

Director of Photography – Kevin Riley
2nd Unit Director of Photography – Sean McLin
Camera Operator/DOP – Ollie Jones
1st Assistant A Camera – David Steel
1st Assistant B Camera – Tom Markham Short
2nd Unit 1st Assistant Camera – Bradley Willemse
2nd Assistant Camera – Lachlan Justice
2nd Unit 2nd Assistant Camera – Archer Roelants
Video Assistant – Laura Tait
2nd Unit Video Assistant – Tash Tansley
Safety Officer – Michael Vins
2nd Unit Safety Officer – Louise Spraggon

Gaffer – Pete Gilmour
2nd Unit Gaffer – Phil Totoro
Best Boy – Jason Kerekere
2nd Unit Best Boy – Haydn Dudley
Generator Operator – Paul Abbott
2nd Unit Generator Operator – Craig MacDonald
Lighting Assistants – Pesani Vi & Sam Bland
Lighting Trainee – Toby Gilmour
2nd Unit Lighting Trainee – Finn Shadbolt
Sound Recordist – Fred Enholmer
2nd Unit Sound Recordist – Graham Morris
Boom Operator – Gerry Parke
2nd Unit Boom Operator – Eoin Cox
Sound Assistant – Reece Cook

Key Grip – Evan Pardington
2nd Unit Key Grip – Tommy Park
Best Boy – Daimon Wright
2nd Unit Best Boy – Tafale Matafeo
Grip Assistant – Matt Hunter
2nd Unit Grip Assistant – Mike Ciprian
Grip Trainee – Greer McIntyre
2nd Unit Grip Trainee – Troi Dennis
SPFX Supervisor – Richard Schuler
2nd Unit SPFX Key Technician – Victor Beksinski
SPFX Key Technician – Rowan Tweed
SPFX Technician – Timothy Wells

Make up and Hair Designer – Kevin Dufty
Key Hair and Makeup – Pilar Alegre
2nd Unit Key Hair and Makeup – Shannon Sinton
2nd Unit Makeup Artist – Luana Millar
Makeup Artist – Ana Alfano
Makeup Assistant – Ruby Andersen
Monsters Coordinator – David Holmberg
Monsters Workshop Supervisor – Mark Knight
Monsters Technician #1 – Lewis Naimie
2nd Unit Monsters Onset Standby – Sam Evans
Post Production Sound – The Inside Track
Sound Designer – Chris Burt
Sound Effects Editor – Stefan Brough
Dialogue Editor – Scarlett Burt Shearer
Foley – Michael Logie

Location Manager – Scott McCauley
Locations Coordinator – Emma Leddington Wright
Transport Captain – Sean Waugh
Offset Location Assistant – Paul Trevor
2nd Unit Onset Location Assistant – Brendan Welch
Onset Location Assistant – Luke Wilkinson
Unit Manager – Paul Fleming
2nd Unit Unit Manager – Darren Howman
Unit Assistants – Shaun Guilbert & Josh Dun
2nd Unit Unit Assistant – Ropata Smith-Warren
Catering – Foodsters Ltd.
2nd Unit Catering – Marvel Kitchen Catering Ltd.

Stunt Coordinator – Mark Harris
Stunt Performers – Andrew Cottle, Mark Trotter, Daniel Andrews, Scott Marsh, Kohji Mimura, Masafumi Oishi, Daisuke Kadowaki, Miyuki Noguchi, Masaaki Nitta, Ryo Watanabe, Bruce Inaba, Misako Nagashima & Shun Yamashita

Post Production Supervisor – David Ross
Post Production Coordinator – Bridget Rumble
Editor – Allanah Bazzard
In House VFX Artists – Dan Short, Carlos Purcell & Nicky Farnsworth
Junior VFX – Ryan Munt
VFX Editor – Martin Paris
Assistant Editors – Annie Hubbard & Lajja Prajapati
Post Production Assistant – Melissa Kirton
Hasbro Online Editors – Bradford Keatts & Kimberly Cassano
Visual Effects by – PRPVFX Limited
VFX Producer – Carol Petrie
Video Post Production Facilities provided by: Images and Sound Ltd.
ADR Supervisor – Jim McLarty

Based on “Go Busters” from Toei Company Ltd.

The Production acknowledges the assistance of the New Zealand Government’s Screen Production Grant

Filmed on location in New Zealand

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