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Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles

Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles

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Photo Credit:  Tommy Garcia/Bravo
  • Premiered: 
    August 29, 2006
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  • Network: Bravo
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Reality
  • Type: Live Action
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  • Subject Matter: Workplace
  • Tags: real estate

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Plot Synopsis

From open houses to final offers, top real estate agents in Hollywood, Malibu and Beverly Hills work to sell the next hot property. For Season 4, Josh Flagg and Madison Hildebrand are joined by Josh Altman, one of the most successful agents in the country, as they try to move some of the most magnificent and expensive homes in Los Angeles. In Season 5, these three agents weather a tough market and trying times in their personal and professional lives in the City of Angels, as they host open houses and have their patience tested by clients. Although inventory is low in Season 6, the market has rebounded and Josh Altman, Josh Flagg and Madison Hildebrand are pulling out all the stops to nab their million dollar listing, resulting in a brutal turf war that makes them realize there's not enough room for all three of them in Los Angeles.

Immediately following a seven-hour (2-9pm) marathon of episodes from the show's fifth season, Bravo aired the Season 6 premiere of this series on Wednesday, August 7, 2013 at 9pm ET/PT. MILLION DOLLAR LISTING LOS ANGELES returned for its seventh season on Wednesday, August 20, 2014 at 9pm ET/PT on Bravo with top agents Josh Altman and Josh Flagg joined by two new faces, successful real estate partners James Harris and David Parnes. This season, British transplants David Parnes and James Harris are making a name for themselves with their crisp suits and smooth selling moves. The duo and their firm, Bond Street Partners, part of Mauricio Umansky's company, The Agency, are forces to be reckoned grossing over $120 million in sales last year. The Joshes have no chance of getting cheeky with this pair as their sly business sense and international prowess make them the threat they never saw coming. Josh Altman's sights are set on growing The Altman Brothers into a worldwide real estate empire, but a mounting rift between his fiancee Heather and his brother Matt, may make planning his wedding even harder to manage. Josh Flagg has enjoyed the splendors of being a top agent in Beverly Hills, but with a new slew of agents on the rise, he is forced to protect his precious piece of the pie by any means necessary. Still accused of being a spoiled rich kid with a silver spoon in his mouth, Flagg struggles to prove once and for all that he's a self-made man.

MILLION DOLLAR LISTING: LOS ANGELES returned for its eighth season on Wednesday, September 2, 2015 from 9-10:15pm ET/PT on Bravo, immediately following an all-day marathon (9am-9pm) of encore episodes from the previous season. In Season 8, Josh Altman, Josh Flagg, James Harris, and David Parnes return to a market completely transformed by skyrocketing prices and inventory at an all-time low. This seller's paradise is a realtor's nightmare as outrageous demands force the agents to get wildly creative and even more cutthroat. Luckily, a slew of wealthy international buyers have flooded the market and celebrities are on the prowl for bigger, hotter, and more exclusive properties. The pressure is on for top-producing agent Josh Altman, who joined real estate powerhouse Douglas Elliman and has pledged to sell "a million dollars of real estate a day." But that extra burden doesn't jive with fiancee and co-worker Heather Bilyeu, who is eager to rebuild their relationship after calling off the wedding. Still reeling from the death of his beloved grandmother, Edith, Josh Flagg has committed to honoring her memory by "always moving forward." With boyfriend Colton at his side, Flagg is more aggressive than ever as he aims to become LA's top-selling real estate agent. The Brits, David Parnes and James Harris, are back after a record year of sales and are determined to make their British Invasion bigger than ever. David's burgeoning commitment to his girlfriend, Adrian, has prompted him to build a dream house for them to live in and he just might get to do so if his business partner James doesn't sell the property behind his back first. For James, the demands of his job tug against the responsibility he has for his wife and two young daughters. When work stress mounts, the Brits lash out, causing them to not only clash with competing agents, but also each other. In the 75-minute season opener, the four brokers are back to tackle the booming Los Angeles real estate market. Josh Flagg is determined to stay on top, vying for an $8 million listing from a long lost high school "friend." Josh Altman promises a busy young millionaire that he will find him the perfect house in just one day. British transplants James Harris and David Parnes get creative to sell a $5.75 million dollar hillside modern.

Season 9 of MILLION DOLLAR LISTING LOS ANGELES premiered on Thursday, October 6, 2016 from 9-10:15pm ET/PT on Bravo, as agents Josh Altman, Josh Flagg and Brits James Harris and David Parnes return for the ninth season along with familiar face, Madison Hildebrand. In the 75-minute season opener, "The War of Real Estate," newly single Josh Flagg plays mentor to a teenage buyer with an eight-million-dollar budget for an after-school creative haven. Meanwhile, Josh Altman's domination of the Bird Streets continues when he lists a sleek hillside home at a price his famous punk drummer client isn't totally on board with. British besties David and James chase the biggest listing of their career, a $45,000,000 estate in exclusive Holmby Hills, only to find another agent standing in their way. And Madison Hildebrand returns with a hot beach-front bungalow, but a seller with cold feet. Later in the season, Josh Flagg, after nine years in a relationship, has his newly-single status put him back on the market. However, his single life is short-lived as he quickly finds himself head-over-heels in love with thoughts about getting down on one knee. Meanwhile, Josh Altman is ready to close the biggest deal of his life with his wedding to fiancee Heather, but he struggles to change his workaholic ways. As best friends James and David are breaking records all over LA, they also wrestle with intense family drama that pushes the limits of their partnership. Plus, oceanfront properties are on everyone's agenda as Madison returns, hoping his signature selling style can navigate the tricky Malibu market.

MILLION DOLLAR LISTING LOS ANGELES returned for its milestone tenth season on Thursday, November 2, 2017 from 9-10:15pm ET/PT on Bravo, as leading female agent Tracy Tutor Maltas joins agents, Josh Altman, Josh Flagg, Madison Hildebrand, James Harris and David Parnes. With high prices and low inventory, competition is fierce as these agents venture out to conquer new territory in real estate and their personal lives. This season, Josh Flagg is officially off the market as he enters into uncharted territory preparing to marry his fiance Bobby. However, as the big day approaches an explosive conflict between Josh and Bobby puts everything at risk. Josh Altman's business is doing better than ever but the arrival of his new baby girl is challenging him in ways that he's never imagined. Meanwhile, Madison Hildebrand might just be having the best year of his life. Not only is business in Malibu stronger than ever, but he's found love with his new boyfriend, Cody. Brits, James Harris and David Parnes find themselves in tough situations with demanding sellers and decide to take on a new project that will change the Los Angeles skyline forever. Meanwhile, newcomer Tracy Maltas struggles to maintain a work life balance with a husband and two daughters at home while expanding her business and butting heads with the rest of the boys. In the 75-minute season opener, "She's a Boss," Josh Altman may have money on his mind, but with Heather's pregnancy, he's got baby on the brain. Josh Flagg is ready to dance to the top of the real estate market and waltz down the aisle with his fiance. James has unresolved issues with Madison over a huge listing, but Madison wants him to Brexit his home turf. A new realtor, enters the fray and proves that she's not to be messed with.

Season 11 of MILLION DOLLAR LISTING LOS ANGELES premiered on Thursday, January 3, 2019 from 9-10:15pm ET/PT on Bravo. Agents Josh Flagg, Josh Altman, Tracy Tutor, James Harris and David Parnes continue to navigate huge deals, huge homes and huge egos in one of the hottest real estate markets in the world. From listing the estate of NFL star Antonio Pierce to selling a home to Grammy Award-winning superstar Kelly Rowland, the agents are pulling out all the stops to close the biggest deals of their careers with some of the biggest names in the business. Adjusting to life as a new dad, Josh Altman is going through a lot of change but when it comes to growing his real estate empire he is still a shark. This season, Altman scores hot listings including the home of NFL star Antonio Pierce. As Josh Flagg settles into his first year of married life, he is laser-focused on his business with the help of his husband Bobby and trusted assistant Hilary. However, when Josh turns from agent to buyer, he and Bobby might be the most challenging clients yet. After having the best year of their careers, Brits James Harris and David Parnes have become major competition to the other agents. The dynamic duo creates a deal to purchase the infamous Playboy "Bunny Ranch" and the iconic house where MOMMIE DEAREST was filmed, all the while working on deals with celebrity clients including Kelly Rowland and Dorit Kemsley from THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF BEVERLY HILLS. Tracy Tutor embarks on a new chapter of her life, as she juggles the new normal of being a single working mom, but she has not lost sight of her professional dreams. Taking her business to the next level, Tracy works to sell Rose McGowan's house and travels to Dubai to visit Caroline Stanbury and becomes the LA rep for an ultra-luxury high rise there. With inventory scarce and competition fierce, this season the agents go to surprising lengths to stay on top.

MILLION DOLLAR LISTING LOS ANGELES returned for its twelfth season on Tuesday, June 16, 2020 from 9-10:15pm ET/PT on Bravo, with agents Josh Flagg, Josh Altman, Tracy Tutor, James Harris and David Parnes coming back for Season 12. Making his mark on both coasts, Fredrik Eklund of MILLION DOLLAR LISTING NEW YORK stirs up major drama between the agents with his Los Angeles arrival. This season, these top agents must think outside the box to generate interest and navigate an ever-changing market, dominated by unrealistic sellers and softening prices. Josh Flagg is willing to travel far and wide for a shot at a record-breaking sale, even if it means teaming up and road tripping with his mortal enemy...Josh Altman. It's not all a buddy comedy as this duo ends up on opposite sides of the negotiating table. With his own flagship office in Beverly Hills, Josh Altman is expanding his business and his family, as he and Heather welcome a new baby. Josh isn't afraid to go to extremes to stay at the top, whether it's donning a knight costume or squaring off against his old friend Fredrik Eklund. With a 500-million-dollar portfolio in Malibu, Tracy climbs her way to the top of the real estate game. Tracy faces off with a demanding developer, co-lists a historic Hollywood party pad with Altman, and even travels to Arizona, but she faces her biggest real estate challenge yet when she puts her own Brentwood home on the market. James and David learn that the key to staying at the top of the real estate game is expanding their territory. They venture out to Pasadena to sell a mid-century gem, then to Santa Monica for a double lot, and finally list a 20-million-dollar East Coast traditional in a quiet celebrity enclave. James and David also take Tracy to task when they learn she might not have their back.

Season 13 of MILLION DOLLAR LISTING LOS ANGELES premiered on Thursday, September 2, 2021 from 8-9:30pm ET/PT on Bravo, with Josh Flagg, Josh Altman, Tracy Tutor, James Harris and David Parnes returning for a new season. Real estate broker Fredrik Eklund of MILLION DOLLAR LISTING NEW YORK strives to juggle bi-coastal life while bringing his energy to the Los Angeles real estate market. This season, the LA agents are back and at the top of their game as they face a booming market that has defied expectations. With demand from both sellers and buyers that has skyrocketed as high as the prices, the agents must rise to the next level to become even more inventive and bold to beat the competition. As homeowners seek properties with more space and privacy during the pandemic, the agents are busier than ever as they negotiate huge listings and manage even bigger egos. Josh Flagg returns to his Old Hollywood roots focusing on high-end, historic properties in the coveted Beverly Hills Flats, including his own. When a Hollywood icon asks Josh to sell her 28-acre compound in Palm Springs, he is determined to get the job done. However, it quickly becomes a challenge for Josh to find that right buyer to "come and knock on her door!" While retaining his crown as the "King of the Bird Streets," Josh Altman ventures into new territory with a $25 million-dollar cliffside listing in Orange County, but discovers he is not the only agent looking to expand there. As Josh juggles friendship, family and business, he finds out what his true priorities are and attempts to set a new record for the biggest sale in Brentwood. In between contentious listing meetings and high-stakes negotiations, Tracy Tutor still finds time to prioritize her personal life with her boyfriend, Erik. In a turn of events, Tracy must trade her broker hat for a buyer hat when she starts house-hunting for herself and two daughters. Tracy faces her biggest challenge when listing a $30 million-dollar Holmby Hills estate owned by the toughest customer she has ever dealt with - her little sister. Fredrik Eklund quickly establishes himself in LA, but a few missteps within the real estate community puts him at odds with the other agents. Fredrik is determined to break records as quickly as possible, but when he fails to impress his childhood action hero, he realizes the new city is a lot tougher than it seems. James Harris and David Parnes continue to dominate the Bel Air market and expand into the historic Hancock Park area with a traditional home straight out of the Hamptons. After butting heads with Fredrik and dealing with several challenging sellers, they must set aside their British manners and break a few rules to get the job done.
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On Tuesday, November 29, 2022 from 10:30-11:30pm ET/PT, Bravo premiered a sneak-peek episode of the 14th season of MILLION DOLLAR LISTING LOS ANGELES. Season 14 officially debuts on Thursday, December 8, 2022 at 9pm ET/PT on Bravo.

Returning for Season 14 are agents Josh Altman, Josh Flagg and Tracy Tutor. Fresh off her promotion, Heather Altman returns part-time as partner and co-CEO of the Altman Brothers. With Flagg's recent move to Douglas Elliman, this dynamic trio are all working under the same agency roof for the first time, leading to unprecedented levels of collaboration and competition. After a two-year housing boom, interest rates are now on the rise and the agents must adjust in real-time to the changing market while still securing the best deal for their clients. Whether they're co-listing or teaming up for a mega-priced listing adventure in Vegas, this trio knows how to have fun while going head-to-head on the most outlandish and impressive properties.

Josh Altman continues to struggle with work-life balance as he expands his already formidable reach into Orange County, Calif. With wife Heather Altman serving as partner and co-CEO of the Altman Brothers, the couple have never worked closer together. However, that doesn't mean they're always in lockstep in the office or at home as Josh secretly entertains an unsolicited offer on their Beverly Hills home.

After five years of marriage, Josh Flagg navigates a contentious divorce with the help and counsel of his fellow brokers. When the ex-couple refuse to give up a shared property, they are forced to co-list and face each other for the first time. With growing tensions from his prior relationship, Josh is ready to turn over a new leaf, romancing a new and much younger man despite Josh Altman and Tracy's reservations.

Tracy Tutor is raising her family in the freshly minted home that Josh Flagg helped her score last season. With her business continuing to soar, Tracy sets a major record in Orange County and helps a friend purchase a long sought-after Diane Keaton-designed home. She also begins mentoring her daughter Juliette, who wants to follow in mom's footsteps. As Tracy continues working closely with the other brokers, she finds herself in a tense negotiation with Flagg that puts their friendship to the ultimate test.

Cast

Other Titles

  • Titles for Seasons 1-4: Million Dollar Listing

Production & Distribution

  • Produced by World of Wonder

Settings

  • - Los Angeles, California USA