WARNING:This series contains scenes of blood, alcohol drinking, gun violence, graphic violence, murder and mild language. Viewer discretion is advised!
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After Robo Force had concluded on February 17, 2024, Demon Warriors was joined in the lineup the following week by Power Rangers Ancient Legends. The week after Demon Warriors' finale, the series would be replaced in the lineup by Hasbro's TBA Warriors.
An organization known simply as The Dealership is an evil group that sells their nefarious services to humans and through the use of the mysterious Demon Stamps, heartless monsters known as D-Droids are born from within the human's heart and will do whatever it takes to make their contract owners greedy and selfish desires come true by any means necessary! They also use the stamps they collect to find and locate the suitable vessels that they need in order to be able to revive their master, Lord Zorgaroth.
However, one hero stands in their way to protect the world and he himself has a contract with Vice, a kind hearted, wise cracking and 4th wall breaking D-Droid that lives within his body. Can James and Vice save the day or will The Dealership conquer all?
There were two versions of the show produced for Netflix during it's run due to Hasbro's wishes to make a more mature series that teens and young adults who watched the original Japanese version online could get behind. These were:
The "Kid-Friendly" version which aired at 12pm EST on Saturday afternoons as part of the Super-Charged Afternoons block. This version censors any depictions of adult themes by either replacing the word that was just said or the drink being consumed (in the case of swearing and alcohol use) or showing shots from a different angle/perspective (graphic violence). This version is rated TV-PG.
The "True" version would air at 10pm EST on Saturday evenings and it would keep all the beforementioned things intact. Despite the series not being an anime, this version of the show would also be shown during Adult Swim's Toonami block an hour later at 11pm EST. This version is rated TV-14-LV.
This is the first time since Saban's Masked Rider that both a Sentai and Rider adaptation have aired on the same network (Or in this case, streaming service) during their runs.
Despite being set in the same universe as it's first Super-Charged Afternoons partner (Power Rangers Robo Force), Demon Warriors is actually set AFTER the final battle with Emperor Zenkai which explains Luke and Danny's appearances from episode 11 onwards (Even though it ain't a sequel and Robo Force was still airing at the time of the show's premiere). Although it's second partner has been confirmed to be set in an alternate universe despite featuring Luke and Danny as part of it's main cast.