The show pits eight teams of all ages against one another in a set of lego-based challenges in a bid to find Britain and Ireland’s most talented amateur builders.
The reality show’s second series kicked off on Tuesday night in the Bake Off slot at 8pm, and viewers were delighted to have it back.
In the first episode host Rob Beckett introduced the eight teams – made up of brotherly duos, fathers and sons, and newfound building buddies – to their Lego wonderland, replete with over a million bricks for their building pleasure.
“Didn’t think I would find anything to replace GBBO, but hello Lego Masters,” @AnneDooleyKeen1 tweeted.
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