‘LEGO Masters’ Isn’t on Tonight — When to Watch
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LEGO Masters fans will have to wait a little longer to see a new episode, as it won’t be on at its usual time Wednesday night due to the World Series. Instead, the show is scheduled to air on a special night, along with The Masked Singer.
LEGO Masters Not on Wednesday Due to World Series
LEGO Masters has reminded viewers on social media that the show will not be on Wednesday night. FOX will be airing a World Series baseball game between the Houston Astros and the Philadelphia Phillies in that time slot.
Instead, the show encouraged fans to tune in this Sunday, November 6, at 9/8c. However, it’s worth noting that The Masked Singer shared a similar post stating that its scheduled time of 8/7c is “pending results of the MLB game.”
The World Series schedule recently had to be adjusted due to rain. If a seventh game is necessary, it’s reportedly scheduled for Sunday night. This would be disappointing for a lot of fans, especially because both shows were already preempted by baseball earlier this season.
It’s probably a good idea to check your local listings and follow along with the LEGO Masters social media accounts for possible schedule changes.
The New Episode Will Be Pirate-Themed
LEGO Masters has shared a promo for Sunday night’s new episode, which will challenge the contestants to build their very own pirate ships. The clip also teases that the ships will be exploding, as host Will Arnett and the builders are seen wearing protective goggles.
One team will “walk the plank” during the new episode. The show is currently in its third season, and fans have had to do a lot of waiting to see the new LEGO creations, as the Season 3 premiere was originally scheduled for May 31 before being pushed back.
So far this season, the builders have been challenged to create everything from spaceships to dinosaurs to treehouses. Are you looking forward to the new episode? Let us know in the comments below.