‘LEGO Masters’ Returns, What’s in Store for Season 2
Minifigs rejoice! LEGO Masters has announced the premiere date for the upcoming second season. The show turned out to be widely popular after premiering last February and the waiting game is finally over. It’s been more than a year since the season 1 finale aired and we could probably use a little refresher. Let’s break it down one brick at a time.
What We Know About LEGO Masters Season 2
LEGO Masters season 2 was in limbo for a while awaiting a green light to start production. Now fans can mark a date on their calendars with Fox announcing the second season will kick off on June 1. Not many details have been given, but here’s what we can expect in the upcoming season.
The first item we’re sure will be returning is the most suitable host for such a show, LEGO Batman himself Will Arnett. He’ll be back with all of his brick puns and some jokes only your dad will laugh at. Joining him once again will be the “brickmasters” Jamie Berard and Amy Corbett, two of LEGOs top product designers and master builders in their own right.
Last season also featured a few celebrity guest “judge” appearances. Even everyone’s favorite pec popping AGT host, Terry Crews came bursting on to set to help inspire the superhero challenge.
Honestly, they’re more guest and less judge, leaving before the challenge is even completed. Instead, they add humor and wholesome moments with the contestants. We can expect more guest judges this season but who might they be?
The last thing we’re sure to be in store for is more over the top, imaginative challenges pushing contestants and their LEGO skills to the limits.
Will there be any added twists or surprises? We’ll have to stay tuned and see.
In Case You Missed LEGO Masters Season 1
The competition last year had 10 teams of 2 competing for the $100,000 prize and the title of LEGO Master. The duos were LEGO enthusiasts from varying backgrounds. There were married couples, lifelong friends, even fathers and sons all bonded by the shared love of limitless expression that is LEGO.
Teams blew us away each week in a series of timed challenges. Large scale challenges tested their technical skills like building a working amusement park, even bridges that carried up to 1000 lbs! While others challenged their imaginative side with builds that told a story or would just look coolest when being blown to smithereens.
Catch Up On Season 1
If you want to watch the entire first season and relive the excitement that made it last year’s #1 new reality series, all you need is a log-in.
The entire season is available to stream on Hulu. If you don’t have an account, it’s also on Fox if you have a cable provider login.