It’s “Morphin’ Time” for the next 17 days over at Twitch.
The live-streaming service has committed to airing every episode of “Power Rangers” leading up to the new film. That’s 831 episodes and 23 seasons of half-hour, low-budget television starting Tuesday at 11 a.m PST.
The marathon begins with the original series, “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers,” which premiered in 1993. The show has been steadily running since then, with “Power Rangers Ninja Steel” premiering in 2017.
In a blog post, Twitch wrote that it also wanted to show off the launch of “TwitchPresents,” which is the site’s new home for streaming marathons and other special screenings. Past events have included streaming episodes of Bob Ross’s “The Joy of Painting” and Julia Child’s “The French Chef.”
In addition to opening up the chat to viewers, which will include some exclusive emojis, Twitch is also pairing with AtomTickets to get more people into theater seats. If you enter TWITCHRANGERS as a promo code when you purchase tickets you can get one ticket free.
The stream just started and at the time of this writing, already has over 435,000 viewers. You can watch it here.
“Saban’s Power Rangers” debuts in theaters on March 24. If you see the film and want more Power Rangers in your life, you’ll be able to watch the marathon until March 31.