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Exclusive: Amy Corbett and Jamie Berard Talk About LEGO Masters Season Three

LEGO Masters returns! Season three of the hit game show begins tonight, Wednesday, September 21, at 9 p.m. EST on Fox.

In the teaser trailer for the new season, host Will Arnett told viewers that season three will be the most challenging season yet. Fans can expect some of the most ambitious builds yet and a few celebrity appearances throughout the season.

Brickmasters Amy Corbett and Jamie Berard return to review the builds and determine the winning team.

pleasemynews had the chance to chat with Amy and Jamie about what fans can expect from season three of LEGO Masters.

Here’s what you need to know:

pleasemynews: How did it feel coming back to review LEGO Masters season three?

Jamie: It was amazing. It’s actually the highlight of my year. It’s something I look forward to so much because you can go to a foreign location, in a studio, cameras everywhere, talented people, Will Arnett, celebrity guests and crazy challenges. It’s really so much fun.

Amy: It was really great to be back in the studio and with twelve brand new teams of builders. For me, that’s one of the most exciting things. They meet, get to know and see what they create week after week. They are certainly some stunning creations.

pleasemynews: In the teaser trailer, Will Arnett said that season three is the most challenging season yet. What makes season three more challenging than previous seasons?

Jamie: I think it’s because we’ve had two seasons, so everyone kind of knows what’s going on until they don’t. That’s what season three is good at [doing]. Expect the unexpected, we say. We’re really trying to celebrate that many of the builders trained off-season. They think they know what they’re getting into, but we still give them that curveball. We give them that challenge they never thought possible and seeing what they come up with is super inspiring.

Amy: We’ve got some really, really wild challenges this time around. We want them to build a tree house, in a real tree, with no connection points. We have live dogs in the studio and we want our teams to mimic them. We also have a wrecking ball there, so there is destruction. We really push our teams to the limit and as Jamie said, it’s a challenge to sit at home and think ‘the teams won’t be able to do this under any circumstances.’ Believe me, that’s what the teams thought when we told them about the challenges, but they did it. They have made great structures.

pleasemynews: What do you think was the most challenging part of judging this season?

Jamie: The challenging part is that we love all the teams. Especially this season. you are [going to] fall in love with them. We have mother-son combinations. We have grandfathers. We have brothers and sisters. We have colleagues coming together. They are just lovely people who are super talented. So our job, unfortunately, is to find the best of this group, which means some of those people will go home. I have to say, especially this season is real. When you see us emotionally on TV, it’s raw emotion. We just couldn’t contain ourselves because I think you appreciate not only the talent of the builders but also [also] the talent of them as people. She [are] just very likeable, talented people.

Amy: I think as the caliber of builders gets higher and higher, we’re sending people home with really good builds. We don’t send people home because they’ve done a bad job… That’s always hard.

pleasemynews: What key elements do you look at when reviewing a build?

Jamie: Each of the challenges has something specific that we are looking for, so that is very important. It’s really important that the teams try to figure out what we’re actually asking for that challenge. Moreover, we are always looking for their creativity, their stories and their technical skills. They really need to find something that makes them stand out.

pleasemynews: In general, what can viewers expect from LEGO Masters season three?

Amy: They can expect a lot of creativity. Lots of laughs because, of course, Will [Arnett]’s back, and he’s cracking us all the time… and a lot of twists and turns. It’s the wildest season yet.

Jamie: I think you’ll just see a lot of heart and that’s where I think this show stands out as something special. Normally [with] reality TV shows and competition shows, it’s all about trying to get ahead. But [with LEGO Masters]you just see people celebrating different teams every episode and really putting their heart and soul into everything they do.

You can view the EXTENDED interview HERE.

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