LEGO MASTERS: Behind the scenes of the “Master Build – Day & Night” season finale episode of LEGO MASTERS airing Tuesday, Sept 14 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2021 FOX MEDIA LLC. CR: Tom Griscom/FOX
Hopefully by now, you have wrapped up season two of FOX’s LEGO Masters. I know that for me watching this series does create an inch to buy more Legos. Which is probably the point right? Seeing the contestants all season create a variety of magnificent creations out of Lego serves as quite the inspiration to bust out our tub of Legos and create stuff.
The sibling finalists that we had been following started off this way too. Building with each other and having fun. Then slowly but surely, it became more and more serious. To the point where they were invited to LEGO Masters. But in the end, there could only be one winner.
For season two of LEGO Masters, the winning team was Mark and Steven. With them finally locking in the win, they took some time to talk with LRM Online’s Emmanuel Gomez. During the conversation, they shared with us some of the behind-the-scenes happenings. For example, despite them winning the LEGO Masters title, they are still unsure if they are going to be actually receiving a trophy. Also, the final build that won them the title, was broken up into three days that added up to a twenty-four-hour build.
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We also take some time to talk about our favorite builds like the puppet dragon for example and their amazing hat. We couldn’t let them go without asking them for some tips for casual builders! You can check out the full interview down below!
Here is the synopsis for the LEGO Masters finale “Master Build – Day & Night”
Imagination, craftsmanship and execution come together in the final challenge of the season! Host Will Arnett, and Brickmasters Amy Corbett and Jamie Berard give the three remaining teams 24 hours to design and construct a “master” build! Duos are given the freedom to build anything their minds can envision.
The twist is that the build needs to have two looks: a day look and a night look. Whatever is crafted should present itself one way when the lights are on and should surprise the judges when the lights go off. Find out who will take home the $100,000 prize, the LEGO trophy and the illustrious title of LEGO MASTERS.