Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode Guide

We have a complete list of Power Rangers Dino Charge episodes as well as reviews, trailers, photos, and more!

Power Rangers Dino Charge is one of the better Power Rangers seasons in recent years, and we’ve been following it every step of the way.

Here’s everything we know, as well as our reviews of every episode. Then head to the other pages for more cool details like casting and trailers!

Power Rangers Dino Charge Episodes

First, here’s the series official synopsis:

In Dino Charge, the Paragon Prisms were given to a dozen dinosaurs for safe keeping by an alien, but they were lost when asteroids hit the Earth and wiped out the dinos. Now in the present day, an intergalactic bounty hunter starts sniffing around Earth looking for the Prisms in order to harness their power and annihilate the world, so a team of Power Rangers forms to find the Prisms first and fight the bounty hunter and other threats with dino-powered swords, blasters, Zords (in Power Rangers lingo, large fighting machines), and Megazords.

We have plot synopses and episode reviews all in one place for you:

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Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 1 “Powers From The Past”

Millions of years after the mysterious and powerful Energems were entrusted to the now extinct dinosaurs for protection from a ruthless bounty hunter, a pair of courageous teens find themselves in possession of two of these long lost precious artifacts, and come face to face with a monster who will do everything in his power to steal them for himself.

Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 2 “Past, Present and Fusion”

A new teen finds his own Energem and joins Tyler and Shelby on their pilgrimage to the Dinosaur Museum, where they learn they are a part of the elite team called the Power Rangers. They are entrusted with protecting the Energems from a fierce bounty hunter named Sledge, who has returned and is more determined than ever to capture the Energems for himself.

Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 3 “A Fools Hour”

Sledge arrives on Earth to confront Keeper and the Rangers. He gives them a deadline to return the Energems, but coming up with a plan to fight back gets compromised when Tyler goes after Fury on his own. Can the Rangers figure out how to work as a team?

Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 4 “Return Of The Caveman”

Chase tries to help Koda adapt to modern day technology after he struggles to learn how to ride their new high tech Dino Cycles. But when they are caged in a cave by one of Sledge’s monsters, Koda must rely on his caveman instincts to escape and save his friend.

Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 5 “Breaking Black”

When a Maori fortune teller asks Chase for help guarding her shop from a potential thief, Chase is happy to help, but falls under the spell of Sledge’s latest monster, Spellbinder. The rest of the Rangers must quickly figure out how to help break Spellbinder’s hold on Chase before their friend is lost to them forever.

Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 6 “The Tooth Hurts”

When faced with the fast-firing Cavity monster, Riley thinks Chase doesn’t take the threat seriously, but soon learns that Chase simply has a different approach.

Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 7 “Let Sleeping Zords Lie”

When Sledge’s monster stings the Ankylo Zord, Shelby must use her advanced dino knowledge to tame the wild beast.

Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 8 “Double Ranger, Double Danger”

When clone Rangers steal the real Rangers’ irreplaceable tracking device, Fury learns the location of the powerful Ptera Zord.

Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 9 “When Logic Fails”

The Maze monster, working with Fury, captures the Rangers until Ryan’s logical mind helps them break free. But the delay has allowed Fury time to head toward the Ptera Zord.

Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 10 “The Royal Rangers”

When the Rangers find the Gold Energem among Royal Treasure, they decide to impersonate a Prince and Princess to lure Fury in and gain control of the powerful Ptera Zord.

Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 11 “Break Out”

Koda and the Rangers battle to save an arrogant prince and the Gold Energem.

Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 12 “Knight After Knights”

The Rangers must demonstrate their value to persuade their latest ally, the Gold Ranger, but find they do not have the willpower to do so when one of Sledge’s monsters steals their courage.

Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 13 “Sync or Swim”

A fun rivalry between Tyler and Ivan becomes a problem when it interferes with the efforts of the Rangers to find and defuse a bomb planted by Sledge’s monsters.

Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 14 “True Black”

When three Rangers become trapped in an underground tomb, it’s a race against time for Chase to master his new power upgrade before his friends are lost forever.

Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 15 “Rise of a Ranger”

Price Phillip discovers money can’t buy the respect of an Energem when he embarks on his own quest to become a Power Ranger.

Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 16 “No Matter How You Slice It”

When one of Sledge’s monsters manages to break the Rangers’ bonds of friendship, it’s up to Riley and Koda to remind their team what they truly mean to each other.

Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 17 “World Famous! (In New Zealand)”

When one of Sledge’s transport pods is spotted in New Zealand, the Rangers head to Auckland and are shocked to discover the existence of a new Ranger.

Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 18 “Deep Down Under”

With the Purple Energem in hand, the Rangers race to find the Purple Plesio Zord before Sledge can destroy it for good.

Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 19 “Wishing for a Hero”

While searching for a new Purple Ranger, the teens find all their personal wishes coming true in the worst way.

Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 20 “One Last Energem”

With two Energems in Sledge’s possession, the Rangers and Kendall must take the fight to his ship in order to save the world.

Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 21 “The Ghostest With the Mostest”

When a monster kidnaps a Ranger and takes on their appearance during a Halloween party, Kendall must discover which of the team is the fake before their Energem is stolen.

Power Rangers Dino Charge Episode 22 “Race to Rescue Christmas”

When Poisandra steals Santa’s computer, it’s up to the Rangers to get it back before Christmas is canceled.

We have more cool stuff about Power Rangers Dino Charge on page 2…

Power Rangers Dino Charge Cast

Dino Charge features a diverse array of characters, some from present day, others from hundreds of years ago. We even have one from hundreds of thousands of years ago!

Brennan Mejia as Tyler:

Red Ranger is the 18 year-old leader of the Rangers. He’s curious, energetic, charming, and gregarious; a free-spirit who full embraces the idea that life is an adventure. While childlike at times, Tyler has the ability to switch on his serious side and his role as the Leader is unquestionable. He lives everyday like it’s an adventure. as the leader of the Dino Charge Rangers, he is driven by his love for adventure and new experiences, as well as the mystery of his missing father. 

Yoshi Sudarso as Koda:

Blue Ranger (The Caveman) 100,000 years ago, Koda lived in jungle cave with his tribe. Today, his caveman ways make him a fish-out-of-water, leading to some wonderful comedy. He eats with his fingers, doesn’t like to wear shoes, and sees no benefits in combing his hair. He isn’t the smartest Ranger, but he’s got a heart of gold, is fiercely loyal, and is as strong as an ox. His survival instincts are sharper than any other Ranger. He is a caveman who is trying his best to adapt to modern life with his now Ranger friends. When he isn’t trying to figure out video games and cars, he keeps busy battling Sledge and his henchmen.

Yoshi is also a self professed Power Rangers and Super Sentai fanboy who was a fan of Kyoryuger.

Michael Taber as Riley:

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Green Ranger (Matt’s younger brother). He’s quiet, confident, and disciplined. At only 18 to look 16 years-old, he’s a bit smaller than the other Rangers, but just as fierce. Riley grey up on a ranch, but didn’t fit in. Riley practiced his sword skills. Fencing is just one of the unique things about Riley, he doesn’t like to get dirty, he’s picky about what he eats, and he’s a whiz at logic games, like chess, checkers, and Rubik’s cube. Small in size but big on brains, Quinn is quiet, confident and disciplined. He’s equally dangerous with a sword or a puzzle game!

James Davies as Chase: 

Black Ranger is a cool and laid-back 18 year-old. He wears the right clothes, listens to popular music. He’s very handsome and receives a lot of attention from the girls. He gets around by riding a skateboard, while sporting a hoodie and ear buds. He spends his free time diddling on a guitar. Chase is very forgetful and is always late, stopping to flirt with girls, or responding to texts. Chase was destined to slide by on his charm and good lucks. But given the opportunity to be a Power Ranger, he learns the value of pride and teamwork.

Chase is also the first main character in Power Rangers history that is from New Zealand, even though the series has shot there since Power Rangers Ninja Storm.

Camille Hyde as Shelby:

Pink Ranger is the rough-n-tumble 18 year-old tomboy who loves to get into the dirt. She’s strong-willed, stubborn, and direct, which makes dating a challenge…for the boy.  She is clumsy and disinterested in all things that don’t involve dinosaurs or being a Ranger. She balances her though physicality with a sharp mind and a love for paleontology.

Aside from the Rangers, we have Claire Blackwelder as Kendall. The character bio from her doesn’t quite match up to what we’ve seen on screen, but it does provide some possible insight into the future of her character.

Purple Ranger (The Scientist) is a brilliant 18-21 year-old engineer whose discoveries have made her very rich. She is confident, direct, and rarely gets emotional. She has a serious demeanor and doesn’t make friends easily. Deep inside, she’s a bit lonely, and starts to learn the deeper meaning of friendship as she comes to respect and understand her Ranger family. She isn’t as forceful as a “commander,” but she’s more insistent than a friend.”

Davi Santos as Ivan: 

Gold Ranger (The Knight) 900 years ago, Ivan was a valiant, 18-year old knight. He’s a very gentle, kind soul who values honesty and loyalty above all else.  He wields his magnificent sword with legendary skill and doesn’t hesitate to use it for noble cause. He’s always an ace with a bow and arrow.  Ivan behaves with great finesse and chivalry. He speaks with a BRITISH ACCENT, and uses odd, antique phrases, continually clashing with today’s culture.

Jarred Blakiston as Prince Philip III:

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Graphite Ranger is from Zandar. He is an admirer of the Dino Charge Rangers and aspires to be one of them.

The cast breakdowns for this eason also included another character who hasn’t shown up as a Ranger just yet…

Matt: Gray Ranger (Ryan’s older brother).

At 18 years-old, he’s a cool and confident cowboy, complete with jeans, boots, and his favorite old hat. He’s warm and funny, with a charming wink. He grew up on a ranch and loves the outdoors. Matt is a bit old-school in his thinking. While he doesn’t quite understand Ryan, Matt’s sure that his job as an older brother is to protect his younger brother.

Now we know Ryan ended up being Riley, so is this the brother we briefly met in Episode 2? Only time will tell.

And check out this neat piece of info: “A main storyline for the season also centres on a visit to New Zealand and will feature Auckland landmarks for the first time.”

We’ve got a ton of details about the behind the scenes of Power Rangers Dino Charge on page 3…

Power Rangers Dino Charge Production

Judd Lynn serves as executive producer, seemingly replacing Jonathan Tzachor as show runner after his four year stint of Samurai through Power Rangers Super Megaforce. Judd worked on the show under the original run of Saban, including fan favorite seasons such as Power Rangers In Space and Power Rangers Time Force.

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Noam Kaniel, music supervisor for Samurai through Super Megaforce is also returning.

Through various twitter posting James W. Bates, former writer for Samurai and Megaforce confirmed he returned to write one episode for Dino Charge. Former MMPR writer Mark Litton has also scripted several episodes. A new addition to the writing staff is Becca Barnes, a New Zealand native.

Power Rangers Dino Charge Trailers


An extended trailer has also been released (exclusively on Amazon) that shows a bit more of the Rangers, including the Red and Pink rangers revealing their Dino Chargers. We also see that several of the original Kyoryuger main villains will be utilized.

We also got our first official look at the new upgrade modes for the Rangers, along with a tease of Power Rangers Dino SuperCharge in 2016. These upgrades are American exclusive, never before seen in Japan and feature the teams “batteries” on their chest.

Watch it here:

Chip Lynn, producer for the series, also dropped some very subtle hints about what’s to come. “…a lot of the things you thought we missed, you’ll see we didn’t.” He even made the bold claim that, “When this season is done, you’re going to say they were some of the best episodes of Power Rangers EVER.” Since Judd Lynn worked on some of the best Power Rangers ever, I have hope.Lynn also addressed the long running question within the fandom, would Dino Charge see the return of any Mighty Morphin Power Rangers or Dino Thunder Rangers? He explained that they have enough Rangers this year and had enough returns last year in Super Megaforce. So don’t hold your breath on that one, fans!

Although who knows what could happen next season? Power Rangers Dino Super Charge is set to premiere next year! Learn more about that here.

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