Have you ever seen this show? It's one of those reality shows that's seasonal, so the once-a-year joy of getting to watch it makes it special in terms of reality shows.

It's pretty self-explanatory and wild to see what people will go through to light up the season in their neighborhood. I mean, we're talking jaw-dropping displays with choreographed lights dancing and blinking with moving and talking animatronic lawn ornaments. You know what I'm talking about.

According to Parade Magazine, this year is the 11th season of The Great Christmas Light Fight, sticking with the theme of four families around the country competing for $50,000 and bragging rights. Oh, there's a coveted trophy as well.

A family in Topsfield, Massachusetts, is one of those families this year, according to the Mass Live website. They will transform their home for the holidays with the most over-the-top decorations you can imagine.

According to Mass Live, Christmas has always been Henry Swenson’s favorite holiday, and this year, the 21-year-old Topsfield native is ready to make his national debut with more than 10,000 lights.

It’s addicting once you see all the lights, you just want to keep adding more. I always like going big and it’s fun, too.

I'm looking forward to watching it too. But of course, seeing it in person is an option as well. According to Mass Live, you can check out the light show in Topsfield for yourself. Just head to Orchard Road. The home is at the very end, and I'm guessing it's impossible to miss. It's lit up on Fridays and Saturdays from 4:30-10 p.m., and Sundays through Thursdays from 4:30-9 p.m.

It's on Hulu as well, so you can watch it anytime.

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