LEGO MASTERS USA Season 3 casting open

Filming for the third season of LEGO MASTERS USA will soon get underway and the show is looking for contestants to compete for the grand prize.

A casting call for the latest instalment of LEGO MASTERS USA has been sent out, inviting anyone interested and over 18 to apply to appear on the popular show as part of the new batch of potential LEGO MASTERS.

For those who are unfamiliar with the show, LEGO MASTERS USA sees teams compete against each other in various brick-based challenges to be in with a chance of winning $100,000. Anyone who wishes to enter will need to be comfortable with being on camera and building as well as being over 18 years old from the USA or Canada.


You can apply at either the LEGO MASTERS website or by emailing Casting Associate Producer Ashley Carlton at [email protected]. However, before you start your application, note that you’ll need to be available for five to seven weeks for filming from February to April 2022 in Atlanta, GA.

Should you qualify for all of the listed requirements, then you might have what it takes to be the next LEGO MASTER in the latest season of the show.

LEGO MASTERS is continuing to grow worldwide with variants of the series across Europe, Australia and now in China. It was recently revealed that those who work on the show have received exclusive LEGO sets in the past with a monochromatic version of the logo.

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2 thoughts on “LEGO MASTERS USA Season 3 casting open

  • 23/06/2022 at 09:39

    Hello I have an 12 year old boy who has so much talent in making Lego sculptures. We are base’s in London UK. Cam you tell me how I get him to join please or any information that you can provide. I would like to send you his portfolio.

    Than you

  • 22/11/2021 at 17:09

    Two suggestions:

    You should do a Lego Masters Junior addition. Ages 8 to 15. This is my daughters request.

    You should also do a true Lego Masters Challenge. People at home do not have unlimited numbers of bricks of every type as the contestants have. We have buckets of Legos that we pull out of the closet, dump on the ground and simply start building. Teams should be given a bucket of Legos, random bricks of every type, much like we have home, and given time to build whatever they can with what they have.

    Thanks and great job Will on hosting.

    Also – hello to our favorite people on the show, Brick Masters Amy and Jamie.

    The Linn Family


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