Any LEGO fans who have always dreamed of sharing their building prowess on a mainstream television channel should get in touch with Tuesday’s Child. The TV production company behind LEGO MASTERS is looking for contestants to take part in Season Two.
Calling all budding building‘pairs’ who may be interested in taking part in #LEGOMASTERS Season 2 . Please email [email protected] directly (I cannot personally be involved in the contestant selection process). #lego @LEGO_Group @Channel4 @tuesdayschildtv Info below; pic.twitter.com/HyKjAkfmBS
— Matthew Ashton (@matthew__ashton) November 22, 2017
The first season of LEGO MASTERS was screened over four weeks during September and October in the UK on Channel 4. Each episode saw LEGO builders complete challenges, with the results assessed by LEGO Vice President of Design Matthew Ashton along with guest judges. Each week, builders were eliminated until Nate Dias and Steve Guinness were awarded the title of LEGO MASTERS.