‘Lego Masters’ Takes Week Off to Make Room for UFO Documentary
Lego Masters will not air tonight as FOX makes room for TMZ Investigates: UFOS: The Pentagon Proof. The special one-hour documentary will take the Lego Masters usual time slot. Next week, LEGO fans will once again be able to watch the teams go head-to-head with an unlimited supply of LEGOs to create something magnificent.
What is taking ‘Lego Masters’ time slot?
TMZ Investigates: UFOS: The Pentagon Proof is an hour-long special that will show viewers never-before-seen UFO footage from the deck of a USS naval ship. It will also discuss the U.S. government’s official stance on these unidentified objects.
“Interviews will feature senators, military pilots, a Harvard scientist, former Pentagon officials and the two people who pushed the government to release information it has held secret for more than 70 years,” said FOX in their promotional video description.
Executive producers Harvey Levin and Ryan Regan produced this special with FOX’s Ashley Dvorkin. Levin and Regan also worked in collaboration last year when putting together the special: TMZ Investigates: Tiger King – What Really Went Down?
This TMZ/FOX special is an investigation with notable specialists who have been pushing the government to release the information. This entire special is all in response to the unclassified preliminary assessment of the unidentified aerial phenomena published last week. Later this month, the U.S. Government will release the declassified report. This declassified report will be “game-changing” according to the special’s description.
Last week’s Lego Masters Hats Incredible theme pushed contestants to create crazy hats out of LEGOs. The teams then had to model their designs on the runway. This challenge forced all of the teams to get creative at both their workstation, and on the runway. The winners of this episode were Natalie and Michelle, with Zack and Wayne coming in second place. Paras and Moto were eliminated after flaws in their design lead to their creation crumbling on the runway.
Next week’s episode is “One Floating Brick.” The building tables will be removed from the teams’ workspace and they will have to create a build using one floating LEGO technic brick.
LEGO fans can expect to see Lego Masters “One Floating Brick” when it returns to its normal time July 6 on FOX.