The first episode of the American reality competition television series Lego Masters, often known as LEGO Masters, aired on Fox on February 5, 2020. The program is based on the equivalent British series. Teams of two construct Lego creations in each episode using a wide variety of bricks and accessories to complete challenges that call for both innovative and useful solutions.
The competition’s judges are two Lego Group creative designers, Amy Corbett and Jamie Berard, and the show’s host and executive producer is Will Arnett. Many guest stars have taken part as hosts and judges. The show received a third season renewal in December 2021, and it debuted in September 2022.
The show concentrates on teams of two Lego builders who compete against one another to complete projects based on predetermined themes in a set amount of time. The teams present their designs to Will Arnett, the show’s host, and two expert judges from the Lego Group: Amy Corbett, a senior design manager at Lego, and Jamie Berard, who is in charge of the company’s Lego Creator Expert and Lego Architecture lines. The experts identify the top build, as well as the bottom two teams, and they provide an explanation of how the teams were chosen. The losing team is then declared, and save for the first week, they are out of the running.
Along with the judgment, the teams receive recommendations from Amy and Jamie in the middle of the project. The team with the best design, as determined by the experts, won the Golden Brick in the first episode. If the team is dubious of their design for a job after the build time but before the judging, they may utilize this brick to immediately move on to the next assignment. After handing in the Golden Brick for immunity, they can utilize it as the prize for the next task. The winning teams will contend in the tournament’s season finale for $100,000, the Lego Masters trophy, and the title of Lego Master.
Independent UK Production Company Tuesday’s Child, Endemol Shine North America, and Plan B Entertainment collaborated on the project. At Chandler Valley Center in Los Angeles, all episodes were filmed.
2019 San Diego Comic Con casting announcements stated that they were looking for the most imaginative, enthusiastic, and inventive Lego builder teams of two. According to the casting page, there will be seven weeks of filming between October and December 2019.
For the tasks, teams may choose from more than three million Lego pieces, according to Corbett. In his capacity as a consultant producer, Lego artist Nathan Sawaya worked on the show’s sample pieces, challenges, and theme.
It’s much more difficult than it appears, as most people who have attempted to construct something out of Legos are aware. The Lego Masters competitors have fortunately got a lot of practice. Teams of two compete to create the best Lego structure in each episode of the show.
The teams are assigned a topic to stick with and a deadline to complete their work inside. While the competition is timed, it’s vital to remember that the timer is not always consecutive. For instance, a 12-hour construction can occur across many days. Additionally, prior to the broadcast, the candidates are never told what they would be creating. The winning team is sent home once the projects have been evaluated by a panel of judges. The winning team in the grand finale receives $100,000, a trophy, and the title of “Official Lego Master,” in addition to other prizes.
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The third season began airing on September 21, 2022, and ended on November 24, 2022. As of this writing, neither a renewal nor a cancellation of the program has been announced. But when the figures are taken into account, there is a good chance that Lego Masters Season 4 will broadcast.
You can currently stream “LEGO Masters US” on Hulu, fuboTV, DIRECTV, Fox, or for free with advertisements on Tubi TV. Additionally, “LEGO Masters US” may be purchased as a download on Apple iTunes, Google Play Movies, Amazon Video, and Google Play Movies.