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Season 7

Top agents Josh Altman and Josh Flagg are joined by two new faces, successful real estate partners James Harris and David Parnes. With inventory low and demand high, the Los Angeles market is blazing hot and these agents are working hard to stay one sale ahead of their competition. From the exclusive enclaves of the Hollywood Hills to the sprawling mansions of Bel Air, the agents are pulling out all the stops to nab high price listings and get them sold.

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 fiancée 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.

Season 5

This season puts the spotlight on Josh Altman, Josh Flagg and Madison Hildebrand, three aggressive real estate magnates selling the high life at high prices in the most exclusive neighborhoods Los Angeles. Tensions rise, open houses flow and clients test their patience as the guys weather a tough market and trying times in their personal and professional lives.

With clients ranging from a professional football player to a jet-setting financier, Josh Altman puts it all on the line to close a series of extremely sweet deals, while others tragically fall apart. As Josh's romance with Madison's assistant Heather heats up so do tensions between Madison and Josh. Madison goes head-to-head with several hard-nosed clients, including his own father, but ultimately he is heartbroken when he suffers a devastating loss. While representing some of his most spectacular properties ever, Josh Flagg braves a stormy market and struggles to stay on top. He becomes deeply invested in finding a home for a close family friend and throws an over-the-top broker's open that leaves the real estate community buzzing. After four years together, Josh and his boyfriend Colton are left to face some hard decisions about their future.

Season 4

When Josh Flagg and Madison Hildebrand returned in Season 4, they were joined by Josh Altman, one of the most successful agents in the country. With the economy still in a slump, Josh Altman, Josh Flagg and Madison must fight for their share of the market and the competition is intense. Season four follows the agents as they deal with some of the most demanding clients they have ever encountered. They are pushed to the limit and struggle to manage their personal lives while also trying to move some of the most magnificent and most expensive homes in the City of Angels.


Bravo's "Million Dollar Listing" follows the lives of three of Los Angeles' hottest, young, and aggressive real estate magnates in the making as they make a fortune selling multi-million dollar properties in the most exclusive neighborhoods — Hollywood, Malibu and Beverly Hills. The series follows some of the area's top agents — Josh Flagg, Madison Hildebrand and Chad Rogers — over the course of nine months as their paths cross and they compete and expose the intense work that it takes to move the hottest listings in the City of Angels.

Compared to the prior year's Tuesday 9 p.m. time period average, "Million Dollar Listing " was up 191 percent among adults 18-49 and up 138 percent among total viewers in its first season.

"Million Dollar Listing" is produced by World of Wonder for Bravo. Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato serve as executive producers.