Lego Masters Viewers Praise The Show For Being Family Friendly
Lego Masters made a triumphant return to Channel Nine on Sunday night.
And viewers on Twitter were quick to hail the show as the 'perfect family television' amid the [/news/coronavirus/index.html COVID-19] pandemic.
The reality show was also praised for its positive tone and not relying on 'villain contestants' and 'nasty editing' to create entertaining viewing.
'This will get us through COVID-19 isolation!' Lego Masters viewers have praised the show for being family-friendly by not relying on 'villain contestants' and 'nasty editing' to create entertaining reality television. Pictured: contestants Summer and Iona
'Best thing about LEGO Masters is that they don't have a "villain" contestant or any snarkiness.
All the teams are and kind and supportive and want to see each other succeed. It's such a great model for our kids about how to be in the world,' one person wrote.
'The start of this series of LEGO Masters reminds me why this is the most enjoyable reality TV show.
All positive energy, no nasty editing, happy vibes... perfect family COVID-19 television,' another person agreed.
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One viewer wrote: 'It's so nice watching a show, especially with my 10-year-old, where the contestants respect and encourage each other.
This is great reality TV.'
'Just saying my lockdown WhatsApp group "MAFS Tragics" is now "LegoMasters tragics",' one person said, referencing Married At First Sight.
'This is going to get us through COVID-19 isolation!' another viewer wrote.
Viewers on Twitter were quick to hail the show as the 'perfect family television' amid the COVID-19 pandemic
Brick by brick: The contestants were tasked with building their own 'fantasy island' for the chance to win the coveted 'gold brick', which grants immunity during elimination rounds.
Pictured: Jay and Stani's Tourist World
During Sunday night's episode of Lego Masters, viewers were introduced to eight teams of two, Tour Chùa Hương who will be competing for the $100,000 grand prize.
The large age range of contestants showed that Lego is not just a children's toy.
'Super dads' Damien and Andrew, 43 and 49, are the oldest contestants on the show while 'uni besties' Summer and Iona, 19 and 18, are the youngest to ever enter.
Recap: 'Super dads' Damien and Andrew built the 'Isle of Eyes' (pictured), tour chùa hương 1 ngày which featured a tall and intricate pagoda, a type of building common in Asia
The contestants were tasked with building their own 'fantasy island' for the chance to win the coveted 'gold brick', which grants immunity during elimination rounds.
Some of the crazy Lego creations included a steampunk power station powered by lava and Turtle Island, an island where people live on top of a giant turtle.
In the end, dads Damien and Andrew won the round for their 'Isle of Eyes', which featured a tall and intricate pagoda, a type of building common in Asia.
Damien (left) and Andrew won the first episode's challenge, tour chùa hương 1 ngày securing themselves a 'golden brick', which grants them immunity from the first elimination