They posted on their website that they're searching for contestants to star in the second season, calling for teams who are available for 10 to 12 weeks of filming between October and December 2019.
Michael Healy, Director of Television for Nine, said:
“LEGO Masters is wholesome viewing that appeals to the entire family, and we’re thrilled that it has been so warmly embraced by Australian viewers. The show boasts a great array of characters, the likes of which we haven’t seen on other programs.
“At its core, LEGO Masters is a celebration of creativity, showcasing the power of imagination. We can’t wait to see what our teams create for viewers in 2020.”