It’s that time of year again. Fall? Ok, yes, the autumn season with it’s spices both regular and pumpkin. And for some it’s back-to-school with all the excitement, dread and/or student debt that comes with it. What I’m talking about though is new television. Specifically LEGO®️ focused television. That’s right, the newest season of The Real Minifigures of Beverly Hills is….wait, that sounds wrong (*checks notes*). My bad, how silly of me. It’s actually time for season 4 of LEGO®️ Masters USA. Our favourite (and only) LEGO®️ reality competition show returns on Thursday, September 28th at 9PM (est). Will Arnett and his trademark humour pull hosting duties once more. And it wouldn’t be LM without Brickmasters Amy Corbett and Jamie Berard.
New Season. New Builders. Cool New Prize.
LEGO®️ Masters USA Season 4 brings back the same format we’ve come to expect. Each week a new building challenge will see one of the twelve teams win, and one eliminated from the competition. There will be twists. Things will get blown up. A golden brick will show up. Things will explode again. It’s a pretty good formula that works (mostly). A cash prize of $100,000 USD is once again up for grabs. But in addition to the money, the winning team will also have their final build turned into a official set to be sold in stores. That is awesome! It’s the perfect prize. How did it take 4 years to come up with this? Either way, I’m excited to see what we’ll get.
Here’s our newest crop of contestants:
And that’s our cast for the season. Looks like the usual diverse bunch. There’s only one Canadian team this time around. I guess after last year’s Canuck dominated finale, the producers didn’t want to risk it again. It is LEGO®️ Masters USA after all. I’m also glad there aren’t as many pairs of brothers. Ya know, just to switch it up a bit. I’ll be doing my usual weekly recaps, so I hope you’ll tune in for those. You can catch episodes weekly on CTV and the CTV app. Will you be watching this year? Were you happy with last year’s big Canadian winners? Comment below and in the usual places. Thanks for reading and until next time, keep on brickin’. 🧱
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