Lego Masters teases Season 4

A power brick, a hoop of fire and high wire, all coming after Easter.

Nine has teased new additions to Season 4 of LEGO Masters, set to screen after Easter.

Hamish Blake and judge Ryan “Brickman” McNaught return with 16 enthusiasts competing for the $100,000 prize.

Australia’s most beloved entertainment show is back with an array of new competition twists, mind-bending new challenges, a new “Power Brick”.

Filmed in Sydney (previous seasons were Melbourne), there’s a new-look set. This season introduces the most powerful brick of all: the game-changing “Power Brick”.

In a season that promises more amazement than ever, the challenges will excite and surprise. From The Car of the Future to The Stuntman – which will see contestants building a model that can fly through a hoop of fire – this year’s competition is rising to spectacular new heights.

Who can navigate a high wire, and who will come crashing down? The brain-busting outdoor challenge, High Wire, will push contestants to their technical limits by attempting to build and propel a model across a razor-thin high wire stretched six metres above the ground.

And the biggest challenge hit from Season 1, The Bridge, returns with an amazing twist.

LEGO Masters is produced by Endemol Shine Australia adapted from an original UK format devised by Tuesday’s Child Productions and The LEGO Group.

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  1. Even though I’m in my 70’s, I just love this show. Something all the family can watch. No sex, no violence and no coarse language. Not normally a fan of Hamish Blake but he does well in this.

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