Can this series build a big audience? Has the LEGO Masters TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on FOX? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of LEGO Masters, season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?
What’s This TV Show About?
Airing on the FOX television network, the LEGO Masters TV show pits teams of LEGO enthusiasts against other teams in challenges of imagination, design, and creativity. Will Arnett hosts while Jamie Berard, Amy Corbett, and guest celebrities serve as judges. Armed with infinite possibilities and an unlimited supply of LEGO bricks, teams of two compete against each other in ambitious brick-building challenges. In each episode, Arnett, along with expert judges and special guests, encourage the builders, introduce various challenges, and put the builders’ creations to the test. The competing pairs who impress the judges the most progress to the next round while other teams are eliminated. In the finale, the top teams face off for a cash prize, the ultimate LEGO trophy, and the grand title of LEGO Masters.
Season One Ratings
Will FOX cancel or renew LEGO Masters for season two? The series has good ratings (thanks in part to it following The Masked Singer) and is inexpensive to produce so, I think it will be renewed. I’ll update this page with breaking developments. Subscribe for free alerts on LEGO Masters cancellation or renewal news.
11/12/20 update: LEGO Masters has been renewed for a second season.
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