‘LEGO Masters’ Renewed for Season 3 with Host Will Arnett Returning
LEGO Masters will officially be back on our TV screens for Season 3. FOX has renewed the brick-building talent show for another round of fun, with host Will Arnett returning. If you’re interested in competing, you can already sign up to be considered.
‘LEGO Masters’ Renewed for Season 3 on FOX
Season 3 of LEGO Masters doesn’t have an official premiere date yet, but according to a press release, we can expect it sometime in 2022. Rob Wade, President of Alternative Entertainment & Specials at FOX Entertainment, promised that the show “will continue to raise the bar of creativity” next season.
Returning host Will Arnett, who is also an executive producer, shared a predictably funny statement of his own, saying, “I’m excited to be a part of TV’s longest-running, unscripted, Danish-toy-building show.”
The press released doesn’t mention the show’s judges, Jamie Berard and Amy Corbett. However, the LEGO Masters social media announced the news with a photo of Berard and Arnett, and Corbett posted her own announcement of the renewal on Instagram. So it looks like they’ll be returning as well.
The series is based on a British format. Teams of two compete in various LEGO-building challenges for the chance to receive $100,000 and a trophy. Last season, brothers Mark and Steven Erickson won the show. Before that, married couple Tyler and Amy Clites took home the prize.
The Show is Now Casting for the New Season
Do you think you have what it takes to win LEGO Masters? Casting is open now for the upcoming third season. You can apply on the show’s website to be considered for next year’s competition. The show is looking for teams of two who are at least 18 years of age as of January 1, 2022.
Each team member must fill out their own form. The application also states that you can still apply without a teammate by writing “N/A” in that field. Contestants must be available to film the show for five to seven weeks between February and April of 2022. Travel and accommodations will be provided to people who are selected to appear on the show.
You can catch up on the first two seasons of LEGO Masters on demand, on FOX NOW, or on Hulu and Tubi.