Power Rangers Dino Super Charge: Extinction Arrives On DVD!

The Power Rangers face their most dangerous threat yet when the action-packed adventures of Power Rangers Dino Super Charge: Extinction arrives on DVD March 7 from Lionsgate. This DVD contains the last 10 episodes from the latest Power Rangers season on Nickelodeon. Episodes 6-11 will also be available on Digital HD and On Demand March 7, while the last five episodes will be available on Digital HD and On Demand April 4.

In this series, the teen superheroes must work together to protect the Energems and save the universe from monsters, zombies, and the evil Sledge. Stand as one and celebrate one of the top-rated and longest-running kids’ live-action series in TV history when the Power Rangers Dino Super Charge: Extinction DVD becomes available for the suggested retail price of $14.98.

The action is supercharged and the adventures are out of this world as the Power Rangers call upon their teamwork and abilities to protect the Energems, mysterious colored gems with incredible powers. The team faces some of its fiercest foes and greatest challenges — including monsters, zombies, and an evil love spell — as the Power Rangers stand as one and fight to keep the world safe from the evil Sledge!

POWER RANGERS DINO SUPER CHARGE: EXTINCTION

Year of Production: 2015
Title Copyright: ™ and © SCG Power Rangers LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Type: TV on DVD
Rating: TV-Y7
Genre: Action/Adventure, TV Series, Children’s Series, Fantasy, Superhero
Closed-Captioned: English
Subtitles: N/A
Run Time: 232 minutes  
DVD Format: 16×9 Widescreen (1.78:1) Presentation
DVD Audio Status: English 5.1 Dolby Digital Audio
Street Date: 03/07/17
DVD SRP: $14.98
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