If the various Power Rangers shows have taught us anything, it’s that anything worth doing is worth doing in Megazord form, where everyone combines their separate giant robots into one super robot. A particular story’s central theme may be that bullying is bad or whatever, but the real message behind every Power Rangers episode is that the best way to solve your problems is to go way over the top, then go over the top again, and then do it a few more times for good measure by calling in even more giant robots and then firing some ridiculously giant lasers at your problems.
Video game-centric streaming service Twitch has apparently embraced that “bigger is better” philosophy, with io9 reporting that the site’s Twitch Presents page will be celebrating the upcoming Power Rangers movie by streaming a marathon of all 23 seasons of the show—from the original Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers up to the recent Power Rangers Dino Supercharge. That comes out to 831 episodes, nearly all of which you probably missed if you stopped watching the show in the ‘90s. The only show missing out on the celebration is Power Rangers Ninja Steel, which just started airing on Nickelodeon earlier this year.
Twitch’s endless Power Rangers marathon will start on March 14, and it will end at some point on March 30.
[Note: io9, like The A.V. Club, is owned by Univision Communications.]