Applications open for LEGO MASTERS USA contestants

While LEGO MASTERS USA Season 2 is not a done deal, the production company behind the show is looking for builders for next year.

Now that the first season of LEGO MASTERS USA has wrapped up, with Tyler and Amy winning an incredible brick-built trophy and a $100,000 prize, a casting call has gone out for builders to apply for the next season.

Over 10 episodes, 20 contestants have been tested on their LEGO building skills, including technical ability, storytelling and creativity. It is an opportunity for LEGO fans to demonstrate their brick skills on television, as each episode sees them face new challenges.

The series was hosted by Will Arnett, with LEGO design experts Jamie Berard and Amy Corbett judging the contest.

LEGO MASTERS originated in the UK, with a second Australian season launching on Sunday.

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More LEGO MASTERS USA coverage

LEGO MASTERS: The road to the USA

Episode reviews:
Episode 1: “Dream Park Theme Park”
Episode 2: “Space Smash Challenge”
Episode 3: “Cut in half”
Episode 4: “Movie Genres”
Episode 5: “Mega City Block”
Episode 6: “Need for Speed/Super-Bridges”
Episode 7: “Storybook”
Episode 8: “Good vs. Evil”
Episode 9: “Star Wars”
Episode 10: “The Finale”

Exit interviews:
Episode 1: No elimination
Episode 2: “Space Smash Challenge”
Episode 3: “Cut in half”
Episode 4: “Movie Genres”
Episode 5: “Mega City Block”
Episode 6: “Need for Speed/Super-Bridges”
Episode 7: “Storybook”
Episode 8: “Good vs. Evil”
Episode 9: No elimination

Finale interviews:
Winners: Tyler and Amy
Second place: Mark and Boone
Third place: Sam and Jessica

Meet the judges:
Jamie Berard
Amy Corbett
Amy Corbett: From Design Lead to Judge

Meet the contestants:
Sam and Jessica
Krystle and Amie
Flynn and Richard
Travis and Corey
Boone and Mark
Manny and Nestor
Tyler and Amy
Jessie and Kara
Christian and Aaron
Mel and Jermaine

Graham

Graham is the Editor of BrickFanatics.com, with plenty of experience working on LEGO related projects. He has contributed to various websites and publications on topics including niche hobbies, the toy industry and education. If you would like to get involved with Brick Fanatics, as a builder, writer or photographer – then please contact Graham at [email protected]

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