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This seasonal competition series pits teams of Christmas decorators against each other as they strive to build the biggest, best, most spectacular Christmas light display ever. The winner of each competition, as determined by a designer judge, takes home $50,000. The series first aired on ABC in 2013, and its fourth season debuted in December 2016.

The Great Christmas Light Fight is a series that is currently running and has 8 seasons (46 episodes). The series first aired on December 9, 2013.

Where do I stream The Great Christmas Light Fight online? The Great Christmas Light Fight is available for streaming on ABC, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Great Christmas Light Fight on demand at Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, iTunes, ABC online.

Monday 9:00 PM et/pt on ABC
8 Seasons, 46 Episodes
December 9, 2013
Cast: Taniya Nayak, Carter Oosterhouse, Brian Fairlee, Michael Moloney
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  • Brooklyn, N.Y.; Atlanta, Ga.; Independence, Ky.; Winter Haven, Fla.; Alexandria, Va.

  • Egg Harbor Township, N.J.; Lehi, Utah; East Peoria, Ill.; Glendale, Ariz.

  • The decorating competition continues to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with celebrity judges: lifestyle expert, Carter Oosterhouse, and famed interior designer, Taniya Nayak.

  • The decorating competition continues to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with celebrity judges: lifestyle expert, Carter Oosterhouse, and famed interior designer, Taniya Nayak. Season 8 premiere.

  • The Cottrell family show their display made by 89-year old Calvin Cottrell and his family featuring a tractor ride around 4 acres, a homemade barn for their Nativity, a Ferris wheel with bear blow molds, and a 47-year old Mega Tree in Rossville, Indiana; the Hudgins family show their character cutouts, elf houses with animated characters, hand-painted blow molds, and Gingerbread men in Mechanicsville, Virginia; the Rombeiro family show their 27-year family tradition, with reindeer that sway in the wind, a motorized Santa blow mold, a massive arch over the driveway, and an interior filled with themed rooms and a handmade train village in Novato, California; and the Jones family show their 47 oak trees with 400,000 lights, creating a massive light show with colored tree trunks, dancing arches, a Nativity, and the word "Joy" in 7-foot letters in Boerne, Texas. Judge Taniya Nayak makes the final decision.

  • The Miranda family show their pixel light show, 3D-printed parts, and 2 matrix displays with green-screen video effects in Edmond, Oklahoma; the DeGennaro family show a North Pole in the desert featuring 8 DIY reindeer, a candy river with homemade Gingerbread men on the outside and over 1,7000 decorations stacked from floor to ceiling on the inside in Las Vegas, Nevada; the Sowell family show their 15-acre farmland display with over 1 million lights creating a beach scene with Florida beach sand, a carnival scene with a Ferris wheel, an automated Santa kissing Mrs. Claus, and a nativity with live people, a camel, and zebras in Milton, Florida; and the Beltran family show their winter wonderland with over 40 mounted rooftop decorations, a vintage Nativity, wireframes, and blow molds in Moreno Valley, California. Judge Carter Oosterhouse makes the decision.

  • A light show dedicated to a family's dog.

  • Showcasing the most extravagant and utterly spectacular Christmas displays America has to offer.

  • The Torres family show their pirate-themed Caribbean Christmas display, featuring a two-story handcrafted castle that covers the facade of their house, a life-sized pirate ship with cannons and a 35-foot mast in Henderson, Nevada; the Murphy family, with the help of their art class students, transform their house into Christmas art with over 400 precisely cut figurines, 75 extravagant scenes and a massive 25-year-old Cinderella castle in West Frankfort, Illinois; the Howard family show their incredible light show that incorporates a giant multicolored mega tree and a violin playing as if it’s floating in the air in Fillmore, California; and the Taylor family show their magical forest display spanning across three acres, including over 50 beautifully lit trees covered in 500,000 lights and a 90-foot tree with 23,000 lights brightening up the massive wonderland in Henderson, Nevada. Judge Carter Oosterhouse decides the winner.

  • The Brewster family show their “Christmas in New York City” themed display, featuring a Herald Square stage with dancers inspired by The Rockettes and a massive tree in Brewerton, New York; the Chiles family show their “Miracle of a Million Lights” display covering outside and inside of an 1880s-era mansion with 60-foot-tall candy cane trees and a life-size snow globe in Portland, Oregon; the Sanda twins combine their sophisticated DIY skills to create a freeform lighting technique never before seen on the show, featuring handmade motorized controls that create the illusion of twinkling lights and a nativity scene starring a homemade animatronic Santa bearing gifts in Glendale, Arizona; and the Rose family show their holiday display covering every square inch of their house, featuring handmade gingerbread cutouts, an inflatable hugging bear and a garden area dedicated to the memory of their daughter in Hazlet, New Jersey. Judge Taniya Nayak makes the decision.

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