The series tells more about serious science fiction events, where there is a secret agency trying to make a dangerous discovery that might completely change things. It's a new substance called 'Morph-X' with DNA for the animal to create a Power Rangers Beast Morpher team. It seems that Rangers will fight again against an evil computer virus that grabs all their sources of power and perhaps morphine network as well, where the task seems serious.
Critics Of "Power Rangers Beast Morphers - Season 1"
February 26, 2019
The show is cheesy and cheap and silly and the fact that the writers were forced to write around action footage they had licensed from a Japanese TV series is painfully obvious, but...I didn't care? It's perfectly cute and nice.
Season 1 isn't marred by the production issues that would go on to complicate (i.e. screw up) the ongoing story the show made up as it went along. It's still the most flawless season of Power Rangers because it's so simple and relatable.