The LEGO Masters final dominates the ratings

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LEGO Masters continues to dominate TV ratings with a high season for a blood-curdling finale episode

Channel Nine’s LEGO Masters definitely dominates the competition in the ratings war.

The season three finale drew a peak of 932,000 viewers on Monday night, peaking at 1.03 million when David and Gus were announced as winners.

Hamish Blake’s competition show easily surpassed reality TV rivals such as Channel Seven’s Big Brother, which had 592,000 viewers.

Huge! The LEGO Masters season three finale drew a peak of 932,000 viewers Monday night, peaking at 1.03 million when David and Gus were announced as winners.

Channel 10’s MasterChef Australia fared even worse with 574,000 viewers.

LEGO Masters delivered a blood-curdling finale on Monday evening.

Participants were given 28 hours to create whatever their imaginations inspired them, for $ 100,000 in prize money.

It was between Gabby and Ryan, who built an impressive circus, and David and Gus, who created an elaborate forest scene.

Success: The Hamish Blake competition show easily outpaced reality TV rivals such as Channel Seven's Big Brother, which had 592,000 viewers

Success: The Hamish Blake competition show easily outpaced reality TV rivals such as Channel Seven’s Big Brother, which had 592,000 viewers

Also in the running were Owen and Scott, who created an Engineers versus Hippies build, who saw bulldozers moving in a forest guarded by a wizard.

When all was said and done, David and Gus took the crown, with their forest diorama, complete with deer and a pack of wolves, impressing the judges.

“The reason we went with deer is that they have good storytelling characteristics,” engineer Gus explained to the judges.

Wow!  When all was said and done, David and Gus took the crown, with their forest diorama, complete with deer and a pack of wolves, impressing the judges

Wow! When all was said and done, David and Gus took the crown, with their forest diorama, complete with deer and a pack of wolves, impressing the judges

Details: 'The reason we went with deer is that they have good narrative characteristics,' engineer Gus explained to the judges

Details: ‘The reason we went with deer is that they have good narrative characteristics,’ engineer Gus explained to the judges

Winning LEGO Masters is unreal. I feel like I’m dreaming and I can wake up any minute now, ”David said after his victory.

“Having the chance to be invited to participate in LEGO Masters was one of the best moments of my life.

“I am delighted to have met some of the most talented builders and amazing people I have known in my life and shared the finals with two great teams,” he added.

Happy: 'Winning LEGO Masters is unreal.  I feel like I'm dreaming and I can wake up any minute now, ”David said after his victory

Happy: ‘Winning LEGO Masters is unreal. I feel like I’m dreaming and I can wake up any minute now, ”David said after his victory

Gus said, “I’ve had a hard time putting into words my emotions from winning LEGO Masters.

‘I came to the show and wanted to push myself technically and creatively and winning the final really makes me feel like I did.

“It was great to be with Dave. He has an incredible LEGO brain and the ability to put everything together. ‘

Gus said, 'I've had a hard time putting into words my emotions from winning LEGO Masters'

Gus said, ‘I’ve had a hard time putting into words my emotions from winning LEGO Masters’

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