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On May 5, 2010, Saban Capital Group announced that it would start Saban Brands, a company dedicated to acquiring entertainment and consumer brands. On May 12, 2010, it was announced that Saban Brands bought the Power Rangers franchise back from Disney and will produce a new eighteenth season of Power Rangers that will air on Nickelodeon in Spring 2011 with the previous 700 episodes being rerun on Nicktoons. It was also announced that Saban Brands is in negotiations to buy three other brands. Saban declined to identify them but said that, unlike "Power Rangers," they are not aimed at children. 
During the run of Power Rangers Samurai in 2011, Saban Brands filed the trademark Power Rider, which some believe could be future adaptions of Kamen Rider respectively. However, as of 2013, nothing has yet to come of it. 
A recent press release by Saban Brands has announced that their partnership with television station Nickelodeon and toy licensee Bandai America will be extended until 2016.
“Our partnership with Nickelodeon has been instrumental in maintaining the popularity of the Power Rangers brand and introducing the series to a new generation of kids,” said Elie Dekel, President of Saban Brands. The extension confirms additional seasons of original Power Rangers programming on Nickelodeon through 2016.
This announcement means we will very likely get an American adaptation of Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters in 2015, following the continuation of the celebration of the franchise's 20th anniversary in Power Rangers Super Megaforce and, if post-Megaforce series shall last only one year, the adaptation of Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger in 2016. 
- ↑ Haim Saban Goes Into Brand Management May 5, 2010, New York Times
- ↑ Mogul Saban buys back Power Rangers from Disney May 12, 2010, Google News, Associated Press
- ↑ Saban re-acquires rights to 'Rangers' May 12, 2010, Variety
- ↑ Power Rangers morph back into Haim Saban's hands, will air on Nickelodeon May 12, 2010, Los Angeles Times
- ↑ http://www.jefusion.com/2011/07/saban-brands-registers-power-rider.html Power Rider confirmed
- ↑ http://www.jefusion.com/2013/10/saban-brands-partnership-with-nick-bandai-america-continues-until-2016.html
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