The new television offer for the reality of Nine, Lego Masters, had an exceptional debut, beating the final of Seven & # 39; s My Kitchen Rules in the charts of last night.
The first episode of the healthy Lego construction competition hosted by Hamish Blake won the night's rating, attracting 1,377 million spectators in the city's five subways.
In contrast, 946.000 spectators saw participants Matt and Luke win the grand finale of the MKR on Seven.
those Lego Master the numbers put the show up there with the other recent, and very different, reality show by Nine Juggernaut, M At first sight.
And after months of attempts to protect their children from the piercing piercing of wine MAFS prime-time competitors, the parents of all Australia seemed to rejoice in this new offer for families:
congratulations @ Channel9 finally a reality show that is not based on alliances, nudity, promiscuous behavior and more indulgence. Embrace creativity, design and positive perspectives with #LEGOMastersAU Good boy!
– Steve Catt (@iPadCatt) April 28, 2019
In all seriousness, the best new show on TV. #LEGOMastersAU
– Ben Shute (@Ben_Shute) April 28, 2019
Who's watching the #LEGOMastersAU show with their children? 👍😋
– Damien (@DamienBoath) April 28, 2019
– Rebel Scum (@Recheruu) April 28, 2019
– Colonel Kickhead (@colonelkickhead) April 28, 2019
Blown away with the new show. We are hooked #LEGOMastersAU
– Michelle Palangan (@my_squidy) April 28, 2019
With a PG assessment, Lego MasterThe "biggest" controversy "last night was the courtesy of the self-proclaimed competitor" DILF "Kale, a bit of a Lego control freak who didn't seem to want to let his teammate Bilsy, Who has long suffered, plays with his toys:
Bilsy needs to get out of this violent relationship #LEGOMastersAU
– Chris Marantelli (@chris__mara) April 28, 2019
– Amanda Lugton (@isaidlove) April 28, 2019
– Luke (@Luke_rative) April 28, 2019
– Kirra (@KirraKennedy) April 28, 2019
Viewers also quickly praised Blake's rather "meta" hosting style, which saw him regularly teasing the tropics of television reality. "It would be a good time for an advertising break," he told a competitor during a particularly tense moment. "It looks like this is where they put it." Sure enough, Nine broke a commercial break.
Blake also appeared in a confessional to the camera – as if he were a competitor of the show – to reflect on how well he had fulfilled his hosting tasks up until now.
Hamish is so blatantly taken by his show, he is now making his room confessionals like the competitors. This show is 100% bait Logie and I'm 100% here for that #LegoMastersAU
– Ti Butler 💎 (@tibutler) April 28, 2019
Loving #LegoMastersAU is @hamishblake in particular. By proving that a glossy-floored reality host can do much more than deliver the formed points, they can also be used to give you a good laugh. Good boy @ Channel9
– Ben Stavert (@benstavert) April 28, 2019
– Ally Cat (@XxAllyCat) April 28, 2019
– The Block (@TheBlock) April 28, 2019
– Anthony VaughanNiven (@AVNiven) April 28, 2019
Nine has adopted a Ninja Warriorexact schedule for Nine, with the show dominating the network's early evening line-up in a short three-week season. Episode two airs at 7.30pm tonight.
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