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All I remember about the show is that it was a live action childrens' TV show from the early 90s. The baddies wore black and wore a badge with a Z on it, and I think the main characters came from another planet. What show is this?

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Although the "other planet" part is a bit off, this sounds like "Might Morphin Power Rangers". The bad guys, or putties, had a big Z on their chest that stood for Zedd (the main bad guy in season 2).

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There was a story line where their were some Alien Rangers from Aquatar. That was during the reign of Zedd as the bad guy as well.

There was also another set of minions, known as the Tenga Warriors. These were black bird-men, though, they did not have the Z on the chest.

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Thought about them, but their uniform is white. – Walt May 19 '14 at 16:20
@Walt: Thanks, I knew I forgot to add something. It's possible they were mixing the ideas of the putties and the tengas into a single minion. Edited to show the tengas. – MyCodeSucks May 19 '14 at 16:26
definitely wasn't power rangers. I think it was a british made show – Colin May 19 '14 at 16:48
@Colin: Dang. Okay. Well, we'll keep looking. :D – MyCodeSucks May 19 '14 at 16:54

I found it it was called Halfway Across the Galaxy and Turn Left. I remembered the details a bit wrong such as the z was not on a badge but on the uniforms of the baddies and the show was Australian not British.

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Glad you found it. You can accept your own answer and close the question. – Walt May 21 '14 at 15:41

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