Lego Masters (British TV series)
|Lego Masters 2019|
|Presented by||Melvin Odoom|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||10|
|Original network||Channel 4|
|Original release||24 August 2017 –|
Lego Masters is a British reality show in which teams compete to build the best Lego project. It is hosted by Melvin Odoom and judged by Lego designer Matthew Ashton and structural engineer Roma Agrawal (series one) and Fran Scott (series two). Lego Masters premiered on Channel 4 on 24 August 2017. There will be an American version of the show on FOX.
An Australian series was commissioned in July 2018 by the Nine Network, and officially confirmed at Nine’s Upfronts in October 2018, also announcing the series would be hosted by Hamish Blake. Auditions opened in June 2018, and Season 1 was screened on the Nine network from 28 April to 14 May 2019. Season 2 has been ordered by the network after Season 1 being a huge ratings success with post-production currently in progress.
The Netherlands / Belgium
A Dutch 2020 version of Lego Masters with participants from The Netherlands and Belgium is being prepared by RTL Nederland. It will premiere 11 April 2020 on RTL4. In Belgium it will be broadcast on VTM.
An American version of the show is made for Fox by Fox Alternative Entertainment. It will premiere February 5, 2020, and be hosted by actor Will Arnett, who also serves as executive producer. Contestants include notable 'LEGO Community' members Iceberg Bricks and Boone Langston (from Beyond the Brick), both of whom established a fanbase online prior to being cast in the show. 
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