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The tokusatsu genre has been popular in El Kadsre since 1969 (when it was the Vlokozu Union) following the success of Ultraman. Many Japanese tokusatsu shows were aired with English-subbed or dubbed on El Kadsreian channels and the United States tokusatsu air with English on El Kadsreian channels. Most Japanese tokusatsu series was dubbed in English by Power Network and other dubbing studios and Tokusatsu movies would also be theatrical releases in the country. Tokusatsu series that are produced in El Kadsre are referred as Kadsresatsu.

List of tokusatsu



  • Ultra Seven (El TV Kadsre 1, 1969-1970) (Subbed)
  • Kamen Rider (El TV Kadsre 2, 1971-1989, El TV Kadsre Japanese; 1989-present)
  • Ultraman Tiga (El TV Kadsre Japanese, 1996-1997)


  • Ultra Seven (El TV Kadsre 1, 1986-1987) (Cinar)
  • Super Sentai (El TV Kadsre 1, 1976-1988; Banushen Television, 1988-1993) (Returned & Services League)
  • Ultraman Ace (El TV Kadsre 1, 1991-1992) (Power Network)
  • Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon (Langu TV, 2003-2004) (Power Network)
  • Ultraman Tiga (ETVKK, 2003-2004) (4Kids)
  • Ultraman Geed (ETVKK, 2018-2019) (Gotaku)
  • Kamen Rider (El TV Kadsre 1, 1972-1982, Banushen Television, 1987-1989; ETVKK; 2000-present) (Returned & Services League)

United States

  • Ultraman: The Ultimate Hero (El TV Kadsre 2, 1996)
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (RGN, 1994-1998)

El Kadsre (Kadsresatsu)

  • Technic Heroes television installments (El TV Kadsre 1, 1976-present) (ETVKK, 2018-present)
  • Neo television installments (RGN; 1985-present)
  • The Masked Ladyborg (ETVKK; 2005-2006)
  • Botcops (CPN; 1987-1988)
  • Jammingers (El TV Kadsre 1, 2019-present) (ETVKK, 2019-present)


  • Ultraman: Towards the Future (El TV Kadsre 2, 1993)

TV channels and services that air Tokusatsu