US fans will be able to see what LEGO MASTERS competitors in the UK and Australia have been building thanks to a deal FOX has made with Tubi.
Streaming platform Tubi will be the go-to place for watching LEGO MASTERS on demand in the USA, as a deal with Endemol Shine means that the worldwide editions of the show will be available via the service, RapidTVNews reports. The US version is already available on the platform.
When the advertiser (rather than subscriber) funded streaming service, which is owned by FOX, starts airing the competitive LEGO building show, US fans will be able to watch international versions of the series for the first time.
“We are incredibly proud to strike this unprecedented deal which will see global versions of two popular entertainment series available for the first time in the US outside of FOX networks,” said Matt Creasey, EVP sales and acquisitions, Endemol Shine International as the news was announced.
“Tubi viewers in the US will soon enjoy instant access to the universally addictive MasterChef and LEGO MASTERS formats from around the world at absolutely no cost,” added Tubi Chief Content Officer Adam Lewinson. ” We are excited to be collaborating with Endemol Shine on these two marquee global properties.”