LEGO MASTERS is returning to UK screens once again, but it might not be the version of the brick-based show you were expecting.
Following the release of LEGO MASTERS USA in the UK recently, Channel 4 have announced that another regional variant of the show will be coming next as the wait continues for a continuation of the UK iteration. LEGO MASTERS Australia, which is currently looking for contestants for its fourth season, is hosted by Hamish Blake for the first instalment of the show, which is what is coming to the UK.
Vice President of Design at the LEGO Group and Judge for the only season of LEGO MASTERS UK, Matthew Ashton has commented on the announcement, naming the Australian variation of the show his personal favourite as some high praise for the regional version.
The return of LEGO MASTERS UK has yet to be announced and seems unlikely given the continued porting of other English-speaking versions of the show to the country. The series, which is said to be coming to E4 in the coming weeks has no specific airdate yet, but we’ll update as soon as we have more details.
This news suggests that the debut of LEGO MASTERS USA in the region was a success in terms of ratings and with no other English variants of the show other than Australia, it could be that the second seasons of them arrive next.
A live Q&A session was held previously for the show’s launch with Brickmaster Amy Corbett, which might be repeated for the Australian premiere with Judge Ryan McNaught.