Next Episode of The Great Christmas Light Fight is
Season 4 / Episode 3 and airs on 13 December 2016 01:00
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas with the hit holiday decorating competition series, The Great Christmas Light Fight. Decorating their homes to the extreme for Christmas, families and neighborhoods across America compete to win a cash prize and the coveted Light Fight trophy.
The Great Christmas Light Fight festivities continue with four festive families from across the country showcasing their spectacular displays of Christmas magic, including the Nelson family's specially converted RGB "star flakes," hand-built plasma icicles and thousands of lights that illuminate the sky in Elk Grove, CA; the Mish family's giant 15×15 Seahawks logo and innovative interior water and ice features in Kirkland, WA; the Hoag family's 30-foot platform of shooting stars and snowflakes and homemade carousel and Ferris wheel in Strongsville, OH; and the Finney family's star and angel, 50 feet in the air, four eight-foot Bibles, a 14-foot merry-go-round, two snow globes and a 16-foot snow slide in Crossett, AR.
The Great Christmas Light Fight festivities conclude with the final episode of the season. Meet the Ziemkowski family, whose handmade animatronics and "Pix-Z-Tree" - a tree that features pixels and handmade craftsmanship - plus thousands of lights and music with synced video in Sherman Oaks, CA; the Koosman family, whose synchronized fire works show set to music and 450,000 LED strobe lights draw thousands of visitors to their home in Willmar, MN; the Sokol family, whose display includes a "Slammin' Santa" - Santa simulating a power dunk, and a jumping dolphin display with 2 projectors that simulate shimmering water and over 125,000 lights in Orlando, FL; and the Davis family of Longview, TX, whose display features over 1 million lights, a laser show, six dancing mega trees that are 45-feet high, and a handmade pond and river of blue lights.
Season four kicks off as four families showcase their incredible Christmas displays, including the Johanessen family's 250,000 light home and "Santa's Retreat" in Winter Park, Florida; the Preston family's epic display with America's tallest and brightest Nativity scene in Kingman, Arizona; the Piper family's express-train ride through their multi-acre property in Wake Forest, North Carolina; and the Pugh family, whose former Navy pilot brings spirit and patriotism with their servicemen salute in Chesapeake, Virginia. Tune in to see which family judge Carter Oosterhouse awards $50,000 and the coveted Christmas Light trophy.
The festivities continue in the second episode, featuring the Taylor family's "Emoji celebration" with Christmas emojis and a 20-foot high "Frozen" castle in Phoenix, Arizona; the Van Gent family's meticulous light show and giant synchronized float crafted by their house of engineers in Redding, California; the DiMartino family's inspirational Christmas display after the tragic loss of a beloved wife on 9/11, while also raising over $190,000 for a Pediatric Cancer Unit in Staten Island, New York; and the Kloos family's sibling duo, whose display makes them the youngest ever to compete on the show in East Brunswick, New Jersey. Watch as judge Taniya Nayak decides who will walk away with $50,000 and the coveted Christmas Light trophy.
The magic continues with the Shaw family's display featuring more lights on its Christmas tree than the famed tree at Rockefeller Center in Cranbury, NJ; the Kasper-Cook family, who built their home to showcase a light show after being inspired by season one of "The Great Christmas Light Fight," in Minnetrista, MN; the De Sario family, whose passion has helped them raise almost $150,000 for the Hospital for Sick Kids, in Toronto, Canada; and the Thompson family's husband-wife duo with an all-handmade holiday display in Glen Allen, VA. Watch to see who judge Taniya Nayak awards $50,000 and the coveted Light Fight trophy.
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