For the third year in a row, ABC Television Network has produced The Great Christmas Light Fight, where selected houses—or whole streets—competed against each other for the best Christmas light display. Contestants were judged upon use of lights, overall design, and Christmas spirit. Assembled below are the winners of this season. Which one do you think is the best of the bunch this 2015 holiday season?
The Kuhn family in St. George, Utah transformed their house into a castle decorated with 500,000 lights and Phineas And Ferb cutouts.
The Phipps family in Livermore, California used water cannons and pyrotechnics alongside Christmas lights and music.
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Thirteen homes in Gilbert, Arizona synchronized their holiday displays for an epic light show set to music.
The Olsen family in St. George, Utah created a North Pole, complete with Santa's workshop and a tree that appeared to extend through the roof.
The Finney family in Crossett, Arkansas decorated two acres of property with a static, walk-through display, including a 40' light tunnel.
The Ziemkowski family from Hollywood, California created a synchronized display with handmade animatronics and a mega-tree.
Tell us in the comments section below: Who did the 2015 season of The Great Christmas Light Fight best?