For the first time ever, the winning "LEGO Masters" team will have their final build transformed into a LEGO set and displayed at a LEGO flagship store.
"LEGO Masters" host Will Arnett says the LEGO-building talent on season three of the family-friendly FOX series is on another level.
Season three of “LEGO Masters” will premiere in 2022 on FOX. The series is currently casting; potential future LEGO Masters can apply online at https://www.legomasters.tv. Those who just want to watch the show, however, can find the first two seasons streaming for free on Tubi.
Teams of LEGO enthusiasts will go head-to-head and attempt to build a structure strong enough to withstand an earthquake on Tuesday’s new episode of “LEGO Masters.”
Last season had contestants using a whopping 3.5 million LEGO pieces.
To get you stoked for Wednesday night’s episode, here are some LEGO facts that are simply out of this world:
Their builds will delight your eyes, but their heartwarming stories will soothe your soul.