So now that we've all binge-watched Tiger King and caught up on Outlander, a brand-new show has arrived on our TV screens to help us pass the time in self-isolation, and provide a little escape from these challenging times that we live in.
Lego Masters Australia is officially back for a second season and it's already breaking records - the debut episode was the highest-rating reality TV premiere of 2020.
Aussie viewers are clearly crying out for some fresh reality entertainment, with production on many fan-favourite shows halted, including The Voice and Big Brother.
Thankfully, filming on Lego Masters wrapped well before the government's lockdown laws were implemented, so the entire show is in the can and ready to be beamed into our living rooms.
We're guessing your schedule for the next few weeks is as wide open as ours, so you're probably looking to fill the void with more TV.
And if you're wondering how you can map our your TV viewing itinerary for the week, we've got you covered.
During its premiere week, Lego Masters is airing on Channel Nine on Sunday night at 7pm, then Monday and Tuesday nights at 7.30pm.
But from next week (that's Sunday April 26), there will only be two episodes of Lego Masters screened per week, on Sundays at 7pm and Mondays at 7.30pm.
WATCH BELOW: Hamish Blake announces the winner of the first Lego Masters challenge. Story continues after video.
And if you're wondering exactly where these fabulous Lego creations are constructed, and where the famous Brick Pit is housed, we've got the answer for you.
"Lego Masters was filmed at the Melbourne Showgrounds in Ascot Vale," a Channel Nine spokesman told TV WEEK.
It's the same studio used to film Australian Ninja Warrior, MasterChef and even Family Food Fight.
In the meantime, you can familiarise yourself with all of the contestants and stalk them on Instagram.
Keep up to date each week with the winners of every single challenge, via this link.