It's no secret that M6 was very satisfied with the audiences generated by the first season of the LEGO Masters show: the show was one of the channel's best launches and audiences for this family entertainment were very solid with an average of 3.2 million viewers over the four episodes aired.
So there will be a second season and the production is currently looking for volunteers to lend themselves to the game. Those who would like to register now know what it is all about: it will be necessary to put up with the few touches of reality TV integrated into this televised competition which brings together eight pairs. Profiles and nicknames a little caricatured or final cut at the discretion of the production, the recipe should not change for this second season, it is the one that allowed the success of the first.
The participants in the "pilot" season of LEGO Masters in France have suffered the plasters, everything was not perfect in terms of casting, the proposed tests and the rules to be respected in order to hope to advance in the competition but there is a lot to bet that some adjustments will be made to correct the flaws of youth of the French version of this concept also present on the screen in many other countries.
If the adventure tempts you, you must write to the following address: email@example.com for a first contact. Remember that the number of volunteers is expected to be very large, many hesitant fans in 2020 having been uninhibited by what they have since seen on screen, and seats will be expensive. Also keep in mind that the "who are you"counts at least as much as the"what do you know how to do with legoFinally, plan a few weeks of availability for the shoot.
We know that Eric Antoine will once again be at the helm of this new season of LEGO Masters, but nothing has yet been confirmed about the two members of the jury who have full powers over the course of the competition. Those who will be selected to pass the casting in the production premises will then know whether Georg Schmitt and Paulina Aubey will be reappointed to their respective posts.
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