Lego Masters Australia season four kicked off in April and now the show is preparing for the finale and grand finale of the season.
Lego Masters Australia first premiered on Channel 9 in 2019 and was an immediate hit with fans. Despite the pandemic, the series has managed to release a new season every year since its release.
In 2022, the series confirmed the arrival of the fourth season in March 2022. Season four of Lego Masters Australia, which broadcasted in April 2022, has aired 12 episodes to date.
Currently, the series is counting down the days until its final two episodes of the season; the finale and the grand finale, which will see a Lego Masters Australia season four team named the winners.
Who returned with Lego Masters Australia season four?
Lego Masters Australia is premised, “Each week, contestants are set tasks to build items out of LEGO in line with a designated theme and are judged on their results.
Contestants are then eliminated from the competition on a knock out basis culminating in a winner.”
Comedian and host, Hamish Blake, has been at the helm of the show and the resident judge has been Ryan McNaught since the inception of the Australian spin-off.
The beloved anchors of the show returned with the fourth season to reprise their respective roles much to the delight of fans who have watched Lego Masters Australia since its genesis.
Is there going to be a season 4 of Lego Masters Australia?
Lego Masters Australia season four began airing on Channel 9 on Sunday, 18 April 2022, and aired the second episode on Monday, 19 April 2022. The show will follow the back-to-back double-episode release a week until the end.
When season four started, there were eight teams of two that were competing for the title of season four Lego Masters Australia and the cash prize of $100 000.
The teams were, Alex and Caleb, Trent and Paul, Branko and Max, Daniel and Kirsti, Henry and Joss, Lexi and Rachael, Nick and Gene, and Andrew and Crystal.
Throughout the 12 episodes of the season that have aired, we have watched as the eight teams wilted down to the final four which are set to compete in the upcoming Finale and Grand Finale episodes.
Who was the last eliminated team on Lego Masters Australia season four?
To date, four out of the eight teams that began the journey of Lego Masters Australia season four are left in the running for the winning prize.
The first team eliminated was Andrew and Crystal, during the fourth challenge. They were followed by father and son duo, Branko and Max during challenge seven.
For challenge 10, married couple Paul and Trent were eliminated, and the last eliminated couple thus far was support worker and web developer, Kirsti and Daniel, during challenge 12, which took place in the latest episode that aired on Monday, 10 May 2022.
Which contestants are in the finale of Lego Masters Australia season four?
As fans countdown the days until the finale and grand finale episodes of Lego Masters Australia season four, fans are speculating which of their remaining favourite teams will make it into the grand finale, since there are currently four teams and only three will make it.
The grand finale is the episode where everyone will see who wins the season – from Hamish Blake and Ryan McNaught and to Legos fans and enthusiasts.
The remaining four contestants set to compete in the finale are Caleb and Alex, Josh and Henry, Lexi and Racheal, and Gene and Nick.
When is Lego Masters Australia season four ending?
Lego Masters Australia season four will conclude with a back-to-back double airing of the finale and grand finale episodes, which air the day after the finale episode has aired.
The finale is set to air on Sunday, 15 May 2022 on Channel 9 at 19:30. The grand finale will then feature the remaining three teams and is set to air on Monday, 16 May 2022 on Channel 9 at the same time as the penultimate episode (19:30).
In light of the back-to-back broadcast, we currently do not know which of the four remaining teams will make it to the grand finale.
Lego Masters Australia season four kicked off the new season in April 2022, and the show has been airing back-to-back Sunday and Monday episodes since. To date, 12 episodes of the season have aired.
Currently, four of the eight teams that started on the season have since been eliminated, and fans are now hotly anticipating the upcoming final two episodes of the series.
During the last two episodes, the four teams will compete to make it to the grand finale, where one team will be named Lego Masters Australia of season four and take away the $100 000 cash prize for their win.