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LOVEFiLM content deal with Saban Brands brings 20 years' of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers to the Amazon brand service

The full 20-year back catalogue of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers will become available to Amazon brand LOVEFiLM viewers after the film and TV subscription service struck a content deal with Saban Brands.

Mighty: The deal will make all 20 years of the programme available

The agreement will also include Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation in the package as the brand builds on its children's content, which already includes titles from Aardman, Marvel and DHX Media.

Director of film strategy at LOVEFiLM, Chris Bird, commented: "Power Rangers - celebrating 20 years this year - has a huge global following and is popular across the generations. This deal with Saban Brands will bring the series to a whole new audience of children and will also ensure that grown-ups can catch up and reminisce on their favourite episodes instantly."

The LOVEFiLM Instant streaming service runs across platforms including PC, Mac, iPad, Nintendo Wii, Xbox 360, Kindle Fire and Sony Playstation. Frederic Soulie, vice president of distribution at Saban Brands - set up in 2010 as an affiliate of Saban Capital Group - added: "We are delighted to partner with LOVEFiLM as we celebrate 20 years of Power Rangers this year."

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