LEGO enthusiasts participate in a series of competitions that begin with a single LEGO brick and concludes with inspiring, complex constructions.
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Wednesday, April 15, 2020

The two remaining duos go head-to-head as they create their most epic master builds yet.


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Nominated for 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Series cast summary:
Will Arnett ...  Self - Host 11 episodes, 2020-2021
Jamie Berard Jamie Berard ...  Self - Judge 11 episodes, 2020-2021
Amy Corbett Amy Corbett ...  Self - Judge 11 episodes, 2020-2021
Amy Clites Amy Clites ...  Self - The Newlyweds 10 episodes, 2020
Tyler Clites Tyler Clites ...  Self - The Newlyweds 10 episodes, 2020
Mark Cruickshank Mark Cruickshank ...  Self - The Bearded Builders 10 episodes, 2020
Samuel Hatmaker Samuel Hatmaker ...  Self - The Eccentrics 10 episodes, 2020
Boone Langston ...  Self - The Bearded Builders 10 episodes, 2020
Jessica Ragzy Ewud Jessica Ragzy Ewud ...  Self - The Eccentrics 10 episodes, 2020
Christian Cowgill Christian Cowgill ...  Self - Superman and Clark Kent 8 episodes, 2020
Aaron Newman Aaron Newman ...  Self - Superman and Clark Kent 8 episodes, 2020
Richard Board Richard Board ...  Self - Married Thespians 7 episodes, 2020
Flynn DeMarco Flynn DeMarco ...  Self - Married Thespians 7 episodes, 2020
Mel Brown Mel Brown ...  Self - East Coast Bricksters 6 episodes, 2020
Jermaine Gardner Jermaine Gardner ...  Self - East Coast Bricksters 6 episodes, 2020
Amie Danielle Dansby Amie Danielle Dansby ...  Self - The Unicorns 5 episodes, 2020
Krystle Starr Krystle Starr ...  Self - The Unicorns 5 episodes, 2020
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LEGO enthusiasts participate in a series of competitions that begin with a single LEGO brick and concludes with inspiring, complex constructions.

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Terry Crews guest stars in a later episode. See more »

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So fake it almost seems real
18 February 2020 | by McQualudeSee all my reviews

The show is way over produced with loud dramatic music, animation, perfectly manicured and coached contestants playing characters, the newlyweds, the underprivileged, the grannies, the nerds, and so on; every one with a story. The focus is on Will Arnett and guest judge. Between Arnett doing uncle jokes there are brief flashes of Lego construction with lots of concern and hand wringing over whether the contestants will finish, which they always do somehow, and friendly jibes between contestants. The Lego constructions are sometimes shown in animation that looks almost real which makes one wonder how much is real. In episode 2, Arnett smashes Lego constructions, maybe, something looks off, the unsmashed remainder doesn't match between shots vs the "slow motion replay" which is certainly animation. The end product is a show that looks fake top to bottom, I definitely don't buy it and so feel no investment.


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5 February 2020 (USA) See more »

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Lego Masters See more »

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