A Lego Masters Christmas Special is in the works: reports

A Lego Masters Christmas Special is in the works to bring some joy and cheer this holiday season


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Hamish Blake will be back this holiday season to host a special Christmas edition of Lego Masters, if the rumors are to be believed.

The highly popular Nine series has already been renewed for another two seasons, and a Christmas-themed episode is now being considered. TV Black Box.

The special will premiere at the end of 2021 if production continues.

Reports: A Lego Masters Christmas Special is in the works to bring some joy and cheer this holiday season, if rumors are to be believed.  Pictured: Series host Hamish Blake

Reports: A Lego Masters Christmas Special is in the works to bring some joy and cheer this holiday season, if rumors are to be believed. Pictured: Series host Hamish Blake

Specific details about the format, structure and what a Christmas episode will entail have not yet been announced.

Production on the show recently moved from Melbourne to Sydney for the next season, as host Hamish moved his family to a rented house in the Eastern Suburbs.

The move was decided due to lockdowns in Melbourne causing significant problems for TV shows, many of which were halting or postponing production.

Coming soon: The special will premiere in late 2021 if production continues.  No further details have been announced

Coming soon: The special will premiere in late 2021 if production continues.  No further details have been announced

Coming soon: The special will premiere in late 2021 if production continues. No further details have been announced

Sydney was seen as a safer option at the time, as NSW Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian opted for more lenient restrictions.

That has since changed with a hard state-wide lockdown kicking off as New South Wales records more than 1,000 new Covid cases a day.

Earlier last month, several productions had announced that they would postpone shooting due to the Delta outbreak in Sydney.

Better prospects: Sydney was seen as a safer option for TV productions as NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian (pictured) had opted for lenient restrictions during the latest Covid outbreak

Better prospects: Sydney was seen as a safer option for TV productions as NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian (pictured) had opted for lenient restrictions during the latest Covid outbreak

Better prospects: Sydney was seen as a safer option for TV productions as NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian (pictured) had opted for lenient restrictions during the latest Covid outbreak

One of Nine’s other hugely popular programs, Married at First Sight, was one of those shows – with producers deciding to postpone production for the next season until November.

Seven also recently canned a planned season of Australia’s Got Talent and postponed production for the revival of Australian Idol and the hit soap opera Home and Away.

Television productions are still considered essential services as long as safe Covid-19 measures are implemented and strictly followed during shooting.

Nine has made no further comments about their upcoming shows or that restrictions will affect the production of the Lego Masters Christmas special.

Shut down!  Married At First Sight has been suspended due to the latest Covid outbreak in Sydney and ongoing lockdown

Shut down!  Married At First Sight has been suspended due to the latest Covid outbreak in Sydney and ongoing lockdown

Shut down! Married At First Sight has been suspended due to the latest Covid outbreak in Sydney and ongoing lockdown

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