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What Is Lego Masters About?
The first season of 'Lego Masters' premiered on February 5 and ended with a climactic finale on April 15. After a tough battle, Tyler and Amy Clites defeated Mark Cruickshank and Boone Langston and walked away with the $100,000 prize.
Lego Masters (stylized as LEGO Masters) is an American reality competition television series based on the British series of the same name. Each episode features teams of two building Lego projects from a vast array of bricks and parts to meet both creative and practical goals set by the challenge for a particular episode. The show is hosted and executive produced by Will Arnett, with Lego Group creative designers Amy Corbett and Jamie Berard serving as the show's judges. Various guest stars have also served as hosts and judges.
The first season aired on Fox from February 5, 2020, through April 15, 2020, as the lead-out to the third season of The Masked Singer. While not yet officially renewed, the program is expected to return for a second season in early 2021.
The series follows teams consisting of two Lego-building competitors, tasked with building creations out of Lego pieces based on a given theme within a given time period. After the allotted time to build, the teams demonstrate their creations to host Will Arnett and two expert judges from the Lego Group: Amy Corbett, a senior design manager at Lego, and Jamie Berard, who oversees the Lego Creator Expert and Lego Architecture lines at Lego. The experts name the winning build and as well as the bottom two teams, explaining why teams were selected in this fashion. They then announce the losing team, who, save for the first week, is eliminated from the competition. In addition to this judging, Amy and Jamie provide suggestions to the teams mid-way through the build. The first episode awarded the team with the best design judged by the experts with the Golden Brick, which they can use on any other challenge, after the build period but before the judging, to automatically advance to the next challenge if they do not feel confident about their work. Once they turn in the Golden Brick for immunity, it is then made available as the reward for a future challenge. The season will culminate in a finale, in which top teams compete for a $100,000, a Lego Masters trophy, and the title of Lego Master.
Lego Masters TV series aired on FOX network in the US. Last episode of Lego Masters aired on FOX on April 15, 2020.