I highly recommend The Great American Baking Show: Celebrity Holiday, which is outstanding, and this week’s Lego Masters: Celebrity Holiday Bricktacular is, well, a slightly improved version of the original.
Fox's adaptation of the hit international "master builder" reality competition that gives pairs of Lego builders unlimited bricks to complete incredible challenges.
Lego Masters season 3 has been ordered by Fox, and started casting last month. Its application wants teams of two—but also encourages individuals to apply.
Fox’s Lego Masters has amazing builds and talented contestants, but it’s an inferior talent competition, refusing to show us process or coherent judging.
Lego Masters has finally been renewed by Fox, with Will Arnett returning as host. The show is now casting, though kids still are not permitted to compete.
Lego Masters season 1 ended with three teams competing for the $100,000 prize, including a team that should have been eliminated in the previous episode.
Lego Masters can be a lot of fun, and its contestants have produced some fantastic builds. But like on other recent talent competitions, the judging is a major weak spot.
Lego Masters is firmly in Will Arnett’s sardonic grip, but it’s still a dazzling display of talent, creativity, and multicolor spectacle.