The logo for the British network Kix Power, which as of September 24th, was airing Power Rangers 24 hours a day.
There have been many themed networks in the United States that focused on a single type of show at one time, but perhaps never one dedicated to a single show, like Kix Power is in the United Kingdom.
Launched in the United Kingdom on July 22nd, Kix Power has so far aired nothing but the various Power Ranger series, all-day, every-day.
According to their website, they have been dedicating each week to a certain series of Power Rangers. As of the writing of this article, they are airing Power Rangers Dino Thunder.
There have been 20 seasons of Power Rangers to date, starting with three of the original series—Mighty Morphin' in 1993 through the current series MegaForce, which premiered earlier in 2013. The series combines footage of English-speaking actors with action footage from a Japanese franchise known as Super Sentai. Commonly, Power Rangers series focus around a group of teenagers that can morph into superheroes to fight off monsters and other villains.
Kix Power is a spin-off network of Kix in the United Kingdom, which airs other children-targeted shows, primarily American and Japanese productions, such as Digimon, Dragon Ball Z, The Batman, Justice League, and Power Rangers. In the United States, Nickelodeon currently airs Power Rangers repeats and first-run episodes.