Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles chronicles the lives of the real estate agents who cater to the stars. Episodes tell the stories behind the beautiful, massive—not to mention expensive—properties that make folks call Hollywood the Dream Factory. Real-estate greats Josh Flagg, Josh Altman, James Harris, David Parnes, and Tracy Tutor showcase high-end homes spanning the greater Los Angeles area, plus the often-priceless personalities behind each listing.
Season 11 of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles is underway and promises to leave previous seasons in the dust with appearances by celebrities including Rose McGowan, Kelly Rowland, and Dorit Kemsley.
Here’s everything you need to know to watch Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles online free.
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What is Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles?
Originally known simply as Million Dollar Listing, the show is now known as Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles in light of its spinoffs based out of New York, Miami, and San Francisco.
- Launched: August 2006
- Channel: Bravo
- Genre: Reality
- Starring: Josh Flagg, Josh Altman, James Harris, David Parnes, Tracy Tutor, Fredrik Eklund
- Seasons: 11
- Status: Renewed for season 12, premiers in June 2020.
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What the critics are saying
- “Who knew real estate could be so riveting?” –Linda Stasi, New York Post
- “Million Dollar Listing is a pretty collection of vignettes about people with money making more money, and it’s a little obscene.” -Matthew Gilbert, The Boston Globe
Where to stream Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles
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