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'The Great Christmas Light Fight' dazzles with special episodes featuring competing homes

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Wed, Nov 30th 2016 03:35 pm
`The Great Christmas Light Fight`: 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. (ABC photo by Eric Liebowitz)
"The Great Christmas Light Fight": 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. (ABC photo by Eric Liebowitz)

The battle of the lights continues with new episodes of ABC's hit holiday-decorating-competition series, "The Great Christmas Light Fight," Monday, Dec. 12 (8-10 p.m. EST). Produced by FremantleMedia North America, the popular series is back for a fourth season on Monday nights in December with returning celebrity judges Carter Oosterhouse (HGTV's "Million Dollar Rooms") and Taniya Nayak (Food Network's "Restaurant Impossible").

"The Great Christmas Light Fight" features families from across America decorating their homes to the extreme for Christmas in hopes that they will win $50,000 and the coveted Light Fight trophy ($300,000 total in prizes for the season).

At 8 p.m., "The Great Christmas Light Fight" features four families showcasing their incredible holiday displays, including the Field family's epic Magic Kingdom-inspired light show in Lakeview, New York; the Hohensee family's high-tech homemade light show in Central, Louisiana; the Pampena family's inspiring tribute to 9/11 in Stamford, Connecticut; and the Messingschlager family's tropical North Pole in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Who will be awarded $50,000 and the coveted Light Fight trophy? Tune in as Oosterhouse makes the decision.

The magic continues at 9 p.m. with the Shaw family's Cranbury, New Jersey, display featuring more lights on its Christmas tree than the famed tree at Rockefeller Center; 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, Minnesota; the De Sario family, whose passion has helped them raise almost $150,000 for the Hospital for Sick Kids, in Toronto; and the Thompson family's husband-wife duo with an all-handmade holiday display in Glen Allen, Virginia. Watch to see who Nayak awards $50,000 and the coveted Light Fight trophy.

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