The Power Rangers franchise came to Eruowood in 1978 when ERPT acquired the rights to air the Super Sentai series starting with an English dub of Himitsu Sentai Gorenger named "The Superhuman Hero Rangers". The show was pretty successful.
After years of airing dubbed Super Sentai shows as well numerous complaints from parents regarding the content of some of Hero Rangers shows that were deemed inappropriate for children, ERPT put the Hero Rangers series on hiatus in 1992 for retooling. A year later in 1993, the Hero Rangers franchise was replaced with the Power Rangers franchise starting with an Eruowoodian version of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Instead of just dubbing the original Sentai footage like they did before with Hero Rangers, ERPT and Saban decided to film some localized original footage for Power Rangers, but only select Sentai footage was used in Power Rangers to avoid parental outrage and to make the series more relevant to Eruowoodian culture.
Starting with Power Rangers Lost Galaxy, ERPT and Saban decided to discontinue producing original footage for the Eruowoodian Power Rangers series and just air the American Power Rangers series instead. ERPT went back to producing localized original footage for the Eruowoodian Power Rangers series in 2008 starting with an Eruowoodian version of Power Rangers Jungle Fury.
The Hero Rangers series aired from 1978-1992 on ERPT 1 as part of their Saturday morning children's block.
From 1993-2002, Power Rangers aired on ERPT 1 as part of their Saturday morning children's block.
From 2002-2011, Power Rangers was aired on the Fox Kids channel.
Since 2007, Power Rangers has been airing in reruns on ERPT Lazer. from 2011 to 2018 new episodes of Power Rangers have been airing on Nickelodeon, but ERPT Lazer still airs reruns of Power Rangers and Hero Rangers. In 2019, KERPT started airing new Power Rangers episodes.