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Carter Oosterhouse and Taniya Nayak judge elaborate Christmas displays created by families across the country. Each episode features the holiday home transformations of four families that were selected through a nationwide search based on past elaborate Christmas light displays, choreography, and extravagant designs as they compete to deck their homes out in the ultimate show of Christmas spirit. Once a winner is chosen, the judges return to the home to congratulate the family and present the $50,000 prize.

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aired 557 days ago
Families showcase festive displays, including a laser show, dancing trees that are 45-feet tall, and a river of lights.
aired 558 days ago
Four families in Celebration, Fla., Waipahu, Hawaii, and Gilbert, Ariz., transform their homes for the holidays in hopes of winning $50,000.
aired 559 days ago
Families transform their homes for the holidays in hopes of winning $50,000; a 22-foot tree made of PVC and aircraft cables; a snowflake 52-feet in the air, which can be seen from a half-mile away.
aired 564 days ago
Families showcase festive displays, including handmade plasma icicles, a carousel and a 16-foot snow slide.
aired 565 days ago
Four families in Pleasanton, Calif., Hillsboro, Tenn., St. George, Utah, and Duluth, Minn., transform their homes for the holidays in hopes of winning $50,000.
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Featured displays include a wonderland filled with whimsical characters, a dancing light show, a design with 13 large dollhouse-style buildings, and an array with a mistletoe arbor and Santa's cottage.
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Featured displays include a manufactured mine shaft filled with holiday spectacles, a blow mold-filled design, a 5-acre farm loaded with restored mechanical figures, and an array using 115,000 lights.
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Featured attractions include a massive mountainside display, a sloping yard with a 46-foot tree, and a holiday display that endured Hurricane Harvey.
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The first neighbors versus neighbors episode; featured attractions include a synchronized light show, an 80-foot tree, a Santa tracker, a patriotic display.

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