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LEGO Masters US Season 1 wrapped this last week and I haven’t seen the final episode quite yet. Maybe this weekend, but I do know who won and I’m impressed with their progress through the series (no spoilers).
Hosted by LEGO Batman himself, Will Arnett, who never lets you forget this, and LEGO Designers Jamie Berard and Amy Corbett the show features a series of increasing complex challenges that test builders design, technical and story-telling skills over the course of 10 episodes.
If you think you’ve got what it takes, Fox and the show producers have put out a call for people to apply for Season 2. Based on the stories coming out of the cast of season 1 at various events about the casting process, the show is really looking for dynamic people with possibly no history together they can pair up as well as interesting duos that come packaged together.
The winners of the series receive a brick-built trophy and a $100,000 cash prize which will certainly buy a lot of LEGO or take you and some friends on a trip to Denmark… Just saying.
LEGO MASTERS pits TEAMS OF 2 in a television competition that starts with a single LEGO brick and infinite possibilities and concludes with mind-blowing builds that will surely both inspire legions of loyal LEGO followers and capture the imagination of new fans!
While I was reviewing the LEGO Masters website just now, I noticed it was interesting that the background features non-LEGO brand bricks.