The Season 5 finale spotlights the Tristan family's winter wonderland in Waco, Texas; the Cheslin-Laneaux family's display, which was inspired by the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights at Walt Disney World, in Longwood, Fla.; the Smaragdis family's house, which is covered in over 200,000 lights and 13 large dollhouse-style buildings, in Indian Trail, N.C.; and the Athens family's display, which includes a mistletoe arbor, Santa's cottage and old-fashioned cutouts in Mt. Shasta, Cal.
A look at the Birkett family's display, which includes a mine shaft and castle, in Scottsdale; the Gress family's display, which includes a blow mold overload in Union Beach, N.J.; the Latchford family's display of mechanical figures in Callao, Mo.; and the Shoaf family's display of 115,000 incandescent and LED lights in Durham, N.C.
The Albrecht family's mountainside display in Glenwood, Utah; and the Sussin family's quarter-acre property in Saugerties, N.Y.; the Robinson family's decked-out sloping yard and brand-new 46-foot mega tree in Red Cross, N.C.; and the Wright family with their holiday display that endured even in the wake of Hurricane Harvey in Dayton, Texas.
The Richards-Silver families' synchronized light show in Riverview, Fla.; the Harhut family's combined properties of over 1300 blow molds in Peckville, Penn.; the Phifer family's display, including an 80-foot tall real-life mega tree and Santa tracker in Henrico, Va.; and the Wilz family's patriotic display designed by military siblings in Bismarck, N.D.
The Gaddy family's seven-acre display in Fayetteville, Ga.; the Bachelor family's blue-lighted display in Cedar Hill, Texas; the Stewart family's larger-than-life display in Fayetteville, Ark.; and the Richins family's concert of light in Gilbert, Ariz.
Season five kicks off as four families showcase their Christmas displays. Included: the Waters family's wireless light show in DeSoto, Texas; the Tomasello family's life-sized gingerbread house in Ronkonkoma, N.Y.; the Heindel family's magical home in Raleigh, N.C.; and the Amarante family's property, which includes 78 wrapped trees, in Dayville, Conn.