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.”
“LEGO Masters” is now accepting casting applications after the popular building competition was renewed for a second season.
Last season had contestants using a whopping 3.5 million LEGO pieces.
A nationwide LEGO-making contest brought in contestants from all over the country to appear on a FOX show. One team was a Bradenton couple -- and they ended up winning big.
Every kid, at one time, had their hands in a pile of LEGO bricks. But just because you get older doesn't mean you have to stop building.
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.
Massive, jaw-dropping displays of imagination and engineering are created daily at the Merlin Magic Making hub -- an otherwise nondescript building in Lake Wales, Florida.
You’ll have no issue building up some love for this new LEGO-themed series.