LEGO Masters: Season 2 (2021)

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Air date: Jun 1, 2021

With infinite possibilities and a supply of five million LEGO bricks, teams of two will face ambitious brick-building challenges all season long as they compete for a $100,000 cash prize, the ultimate LEGO trophy and the honor of being named the country's most talented amateur LEGO builders. In the season premiere episode, the talented teams are introduced and tasked with building an eye-catching float in the first-ever LEGO Day Parade

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Air date: Jun 8, 2021

Teams put a stunt "minifigure" to the test in an explosive stunt action scene. The duos must think carefully and strategically to craft an immersive build filled with slime, water, glitter and colored dust to create the ultimate action movie moment.

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Air date: Jun 15, 2021

Structural integrity and beauty come together in the most earth-shattering challenge, as teams build a structure strong enough to withstand an earthquake. Find out which designs perform the best and pass the LEGO "brickter scale" rating system.

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Air date: Jun 22, 2021

The teams are tasked to create wearable hats made entirely of LEGO bricks. Then, they must model their designs on the LEGO runway, hoping their creations do not collapse into pieces.

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Air date: Jul 6, 2021

The remaining contestants are expected to raise the stakes and elevate their work when the teams are tasked with building a structure in mid-air. Building tables must be removed from the LEGO workspace and duos are tasked with creating a build of their choosing from the foundation of one floating LEGO technic brick.

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Air date: Jul 20, 2021

In the first challenge, contestants are tasked with building an exact replica of Will Arnett's LEGO Lamborghini all from memory. The team that comes closest to replicating the iconic car will win an advantage in their next challenge. Then, contestants shift gears and enter a Demolition Debry battle, in which each team must build a wild, remote-controlled concept car that will fight it out against the others.

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Air date: Aug 10, 2021

The remaining seven duos compete in an exciting weather-based challenge called "Bricking Wind!" Contestants' LEGO-building powers will go head-to-head with good old-fashioned wind power as teams build an incredible world with a giant centerpiece that must spin in the wind.

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Air date: Aug 17, 2021

The remaining six duos pull all the strings as they build their very own puppet in just under 10 hours. Then, teams collaborate with one another to bring their puppets to life in the first-ever LEGO puppet show.

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Cast & Crew

Amy Corbett
Will Arnett
Executive Producer
Anthony Dominici
Executive Producer
Sharon Levy
Executive Producer
DJ Nurre
Executive Producer
Karen Smith
Executive Producer
Steph Harris
Executive Producer
Jill Wilfert
Executive Producer
Robert May
Executive Producer
Michael Heyerman
Executive Producer
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Critic Reviews for LEGO Masters Season 2

Audience Reviews for LEGO Masters: Season 2

  • Jul 21, 2021
    The editing is absolutely terrible with cringeworthy over-reactions from the contestants.

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