Next Episode of The Great Christmas Light Fight is
Season 5 / Episode 1 and airs on 05 December 2017 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.
Watch as four families from across the country showcase their spectacular displays of Christmas magic including: the Weaver family's 58' castle in their Winter Wonderland replete with hand-painted Disney cutouts in Rohnert Park, California; the Barnard family's live animal Nativity with 2 million lights sprawling across 8 acres in Lebanon, Tennessee; the Bagwell family's impeccably synchronized musical masterpiece in Springfield, Missouri; a "talking house" you have to see (and hear!) to believe at the home of the Belcher family in Rowlett, Texas who make a high-tech house party with projected images that make their house seem to come alive.
The philanthropic spirit of the season is spotlighted (literally!) with a rooftop searchlight atop the Daigle family's display in Paincourtville, Louisiana; the Loyas, along with their grandson, Jorge, in El Paso, Texas, have a magnificent creation they've built as a thank-you to the community that's given them so much since their humble beginnings; Tyler Horrocks and Joe Conway of Coventry, RI, are the youngest contestants ever to compete in the series. They usually have separate displays, but now combine their resources to pull together a DIY extravaganza. And the Apruzzi family of Old Bridge, NJ, honors their history and their monster truck with a dazzling display of wire frames.
The Lashbrook family from Owensboro, KY, whose display is a nostalgic wonderland with real pine trees planted specifically for Christmas decorating; the BetGeorge family from Newark, CA, have a musical extravaganza with live performances; down in San Antonio, TX, the Johnson family's synchronized light show is "not your Grandma's Christmas display". And, the Alexander family in Fresno, CA, have been topping themselves and their like-minded neighbors for 24 years, but is it enough to outshine their competition?
In Dallas, TX, where Liz Simmons' "Electric Lizzy Land" is chock-full of festive critters and homemade crafts; three generations of the Ludy family in Columbus, GA, show their originality with one-of-a-kind wire frames that create an animated wonderland; the Huffty family of Jacksonville, FL, welcome onlookers with a life-size animatronic snowman named Sunny; and Vallejo, CA's Taylor family enlists their local fire department, and aluminum foil to blind the competition with their eye-popping display.
The Canizales family pay homage to their humble beginnings while simultaneously highlighting how far they've come with an explosion of light and color. The Roberts family kick up the traditional nativity several notches by adding a laser beam! Dover, FL, is home to "Christmas Lane", a magical holiday midway outfitted with everything from a skating rink to a "teddy-go-round", thanks to the Wetherington family. Finally, after 26 years, the Setti family in Norwalk, CT assembles their fantastical, hand-crafted Christmas village one final time before retiring their display for good.
The Thames family in Midland showcases their larger than life, homemade display featuring enormous poinsettias and a "flame shooting" sleigh! In Davie, FL, the Hammel family accommodates a sea of Christmas decorations and even an outdoor movie theater. Down in Clayton, NC, the Fuller family's attention to detail is hard to miss - just follow the shooting star to the orchestra of trees! In Windsor, CA, the Mortensen family transforms their home into the world's largest gingerbread house, complete with a personalized cast of cookie-themed characters and an over-the-top, holiday Cuckoo Clock.
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