Ultraman Ginga S (ウルトラマンギンガS Urutoraman Ginga Esu) is a Japanese television series produced by Tsuburaya Productions which continues the previous series' timeline and is part of the New Ultraman Retsuden (新ウルトラマン列伝 Shin Urutoraman Retsuden) programming block on TV Tokyo.
The series' first half aired in July 15, 2014 and ended in September 2 which later continued with the second half, starting from November 4 and ended in December 23.
After the Ultraman Ginga series ended, a new series was made. The attack team concept at first rejected like the original series until it was readopted again, along with the introduction of a new Ultra, Ultraman Victory.
Two out of the previous series' cast, Takuya Negishi and Takuya Kusakawa were invited first to the project along with the director of Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends The Movie, Koichi Sakamoto.
Nissan Motor Company Ltd (the company that sponsored the vehicles from Ultraman Max) sponsored their latest vehicles models in the UPG Vehicles, as well as others throughout the show's filming.
After two years of Dark Lugiel's defeat, a new threat rise again in the form of Alien Chibu Exceller, an alien who steals Victorium, Android One Zero, his android enforcer and his alien minions. Alarmed by the theft of Victorium, the Victorian, a group of ancient civilians that live underground sent Shou to retrieve it and bestow him an ancient relic, Victory Lancer that transforms him into their protector, Ultraman Victory.
At the same time, Hikaru was dragged into the battle again after recruited into UPG (Ultra Party Guardians), an attack team formed after various paranormal sightings. He reunites with Ultraman Ginga and join forces with Shou to take down Exceller and his minions.
International Defense Forces
NOTE: This does not include Hikaru and Tomoya since they are part of the main characters.
Kaiju and Seijin
- Exceller and his minions
- Alien Chibu Exceller (Main antagonist)
- Android One Zero (Defected)
- Alien Guts Vorst
- Alien Akumania Muerte
- Alien Metron Jace (Defected)
- Alien Zetton Berume
- MonsLived Kaiju Spark Dolls
- Dark Lugiel and Dark Lugiel Rangers
- Dark Lugiel/Vict Lugiel
- Dark Lugiel Rangers
- Minor villains
Main, semi-regular, and returning casts
- Hikaru Raido/Ultraman Ginga (voice): Takuya Negishi
- Shou/Ultraman Victory (voice): Kiyotaka Uji
- Arisa Sugita: Yukari Taki
- Gouki Matsumoto: Kato Takahiro
- Tomoya Ichijouji: Takuya Kusakawa
- Yoshiaki Jinno: Ryuichi Ohura
- Masanori Kamiyama: Kohki Okada
- Android One Zero: Moga Mogami
- Misuzu Isurugi: Mio Miyatake
- Kenta Watarai: Mizuki Ohno
- Chigusa Kuno: Kiraa
- Sakuya: Rina Koike
- Repi: Hinata Yamada
- Hiyori: Meiku Harukawa
- Kamushin: Yosuke Saito
- Kisara: Mirai Yamamoto
- Ultraman Ginga, Dark Lugiel: Tomokazu Sugita
- Ultraman Taro: Hiroya Ishimaru
- Alien Chibu Exceller: Takuya Eguchi
- Alien Guts Bolst: Holly Kaneko
- Yapool: Tessho Genda
- Alien Metron Jace: Kohei Shiozuka
- Alien Zetton Berume: Yūki Ono
- Alien Nackle Gray: Kunji Hirano
- Alien Valky: Tatsuya Hashimoto
- Alien Icarus: Tomokazu Seki
- Director: Koichi Sakamoto, Yoshikazu Ishii, Kiyotaka Taguchi, Kazuya Konaka
- Written by: Yuji Kobayashi, Takao Nakano
- Producer: Tsugumi Kitaura, Eiji Kikuchi
- Kaiju and Seijin costume designer: NAKA Ya MURA
- Supervisor: Shinichi Oka
- Planning: Bandai, Bandai Visual, Dentsu Inc.
- Car Stunt: Takahashi Racing
- Action coordination: Hiroyuki Okano
- Technical cooperation: IMAGICA
- Sound Effects: Swara Pro.
- Vehicle cooperation: Nissan Motor Co. Ltd
- Production: Tsuburaya Productions
- Eiyuu no Uta (Verse 1 in 1-8, verse 2 in 9-16)
- Kirameku Mirai ~Yume no Ginga e~ (All episodes)
- Ultraman Ginga no Uta (1,3 and 15)
- Ultraman Ginga no Uta ~Chigusa ver.~ (12, 13 and 16)
- Ultraman Victory no Uta (1, 3 and 15)
- New Ultraman Retsuden - Airing slot
- Ultraman Ginga - Preceding series and same continuity
- Mega Monster Rush Ultra Frontier - Arcade game series and another Ultra Series media that paired with Ultraman Ginga S. Ultraman Ginga, Ultraman Victory and Alien Chibu Exceller also included among the playable characters, as well as the series' original Kaiju, Five King turned into one of the enemy bosses.
- Ultraman Ginga S Official Site
- Ultraman Ginga S Bandai Toy Site
- Ultraman Ginga S's section in Nissan Official Site