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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.
For the first time ever, "The Great Christmas Light Fight" features a neighbors vs. neighbors episode! Showcasing their incredible holiday displays are next-door neighbors, the Richards/Silver families, and their synchronized light show in Riverview, Florida; the Harhut family's combined properties of over 1,300 blow molds in Peckville, Pennsylvania; the Phifer family's display including an 80-foot tall real-life mega tree and Santa tracker in memory of their mother in Henrico, Virginia, and the Wilz family's patriotic display designed by military siblings in Bismarck, North Dakota. Who will be awarded $50,000 and the coveted Light Fight trophy?
The festivities continue in the second episode of the night, featuring the Albrecht family and their massive display that runs up a mountainside, inspired by the love of their son with Down Syndrome, in Glenwood, Utah; the Sussin family and their father-son duo who balance brains and brawn into their quarter-acre property in Saugerties, New York; the Robinson family and their decked-out sloping yard and brand-new 46-foot mega tree in Red Cross, North Carolina; and the Wright family with their holiday display that endured even in the wake of Hurricane Harvey in Dayton, Texas.
Four festive families from across the country showcase their spectacular displays, including the Birkett family, whose home includes a self-built mine shaft filled with holiday spectacles and surprises, along with a colossal 3-story castle in Scottsdale, Arizona; the Gress family, whose display features a blow mold overload in Union Beach, New Jersey; the Latchford family, whose 5-acre farm holds restored mechanical figures, repainted cut-outs, a tunnel of ornaments and more in Callao, Missouri; and the Shoaf family, whose display uses binder clips to keep their mix of 115,000 incandescent and LED lights in perfect position in Durham, North Carolina. Find out which family judge Carter Oosterhouse awards $50,000 and the coveted Light Fight trophy.
The festivities conclude in the final episode of the season, with the Tristan family and their winter wonderland full of nostalgic and whimsical characters for kids of all ages in Waco, Texas; the Cheslin-Laneaux family and their display inspired by The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights at Walt Disney World, complete with their own dancing light show in Longwood, Florida; the Smaragdis family and their house covered in over 200,000 lights and 13 large dollhouse-style buildings in Indian Trail, North Carolina; and the Athens family with their Christmas display including a mistletoe arbor, Santa's cottage and old-fashioned cutouts in Mt. Shasta, California. Judge Taniya Nayak decides who will walk away with $50,000 and the coveted Christmas Light trophy.
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