Lego Masters Season 2 Episode 12: Release Date and Watch Online

Lego Masters Season 2 Episode 12 is going to release on September 14, 2021. Fans are excited about new episodes.

Lego Masters is an American reality competition series directed by Rich Kim. The show’s first season aired on February 5, 2020, on Fox, and the second season premiered in June 2021. It is hosted by Will Arnett with the judges Jamie Berard and Amy Corbett. The series is inspired by the British series Lego Masters which ran for two seasons.

Everything you need to know

In the show, there are twelve teams in a pair of two that competes against one another. They have to use their creative mind to design projects based on a theme. They can build the Lego projects using brick toys and various other creative tools. They have to complete the task within a specific amount of time and then judges names the winning building and the losing team gets eliminated.

In the first episode, the winning team gets power of golden brick which they can use as an advantage in case they lack confidence in their work. They have to use the golden brick before judges announce their results. In this season, Mark and Steven used the golden brick in the episode “Flip my block”. The team that wins, in the end, is awarded a cash price of $100,000 and a Lego Masters trophy.

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Lego Masters Season 2 Episode 12 Release Date

It is scheduled to release on September 14, 2021. Yes! the countdown begins and there are just 2 days left for this season’s finale episode. Fans are eagerly waiting to see the ultimate winner of this amazing show.

Lego Masters Season 2 Episode 12

Where to watch Lego Masters Season 2 Episode 12?

You can stream it on Hulu, Fox, and Amazon Prime Video.

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