LEGO Masters Australia teases 2022’s season 4 series with a LEGO Adventurers theme advert. Or maybe not?

LEGO Masters Australia – Season 4

If you were watching MAFS last night, no doubt you were… You would have seen Channel 9 drop a teaser for the 2022 season of LEGO Masters Australia. Featuring host Hamish Blake and judge Ryan McNaught, aka. Brickman, Blake is seen approaching the LEGO Masters trophy, off what appears to be a weight-based trap. After removing the trophy, he comes under attack as pillars fall and a giant red LEGO ball rolls behind him down a hill. Right before what appears to be a contestant steals the trophy from his hands.

Blake, dressed in a brown leather jacket, tan pants with a shoulder satchel, and Brickman in a very dapper three-piece suit, appear throughout the advert. With teaser footage of challenges we expect to see in the upcoming season.

Actually, weight-based holy grail, giant rolling ball down the hill, brown leather jacket and satchel… Sounds like another licensed LEGO theme from around 2008?

Check out the full advert below.

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This article was written by Sam.

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