Million Dollar Listing: New York

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Season 1 episodes (9)

1 The Shark, The Smooth-Talker, and the New Kid
In this exciting series premiere, Ryan takes on a friend's listing before realizing that she has some secrets in her closet. Michael goes head-to-head with one of downtown's best brokers, but finds out that his toughest competition may be his own lack of experience. Fredrik lands a listing in the "greenest building in the world", but in order to make some green himself, he's going to have to please his often foul-mouthed and short-tempered client.
2 Parlez Vous, Francais?
Now that Ryan's cleaned up Adrianna's apartment, he's got to find a way to sell it... even if that means learning a new language. The stress of Michael blowing his first major deal doesn't ease up with his new Park Avenue listing, which results in him hiring masseuses for his open house. Fredrik's past success with a former client has her seeing dollar signs: too many, perhaps, because now she wants to sell her current apartment for a million dollars more than he anticipated.
3 Hard Hats and Hard Heads
Fredrik lands an entire building from one of New York City's most prolific developers, but there's just one catch -- the project is still under construction and he's trying to sell the units before they reach completion. Ryan picks up a listing in Gramercy Park and hopes to prove that his youth and energy will be a good fit in this old and conservative neighborhood. Michael makes the fateful call that will determine if he sells $30 million worth of apartments in Trevor's building or if he ends up with nothing.
4 Construction, Conniptions and a Kangaroo
Fredrik lines up a private showing for his project on Washington St. and quickly realizes that one couple may be his key to selling 30 percent of the entire building. Michael lands a listing with Fredrik's current client, Zach Vella, and is happy to be representing some units on his home turf -- Park Avenue on the Upper East Side. Ryan represents a buyer who's an up-and-coming financial trader, but things aren't as easy as they look, the client has a very unique pet that's going to be a tough sell to any building's owner.
5 The Casting Couch
Zach Vella is frustrated by Michael's lack of progress at the Park Avenue building, and brings in another real estate agent to help out. Unfortunately for Michael, that agent may be more foe than friend. Ryan concocts a plan to photograph models for his sexy new rental located in Chelsea, but now he just has to figure out a way not to fall head-over-heels for one of them.
6 Bailing on the Bully
Michael, upset over his treatment by Fredrik on their co-listing, calls a lunch meeting to sort out their problems. Things go awry, however, when Fredrik defends his actions, arguing that nothing matters to him except selling the apartment. Michael faces with a tough decision: cut his losses and move on, or stay teamed-up with someone he feels is a bully. Ryan, meanwhile, has an out-of-town married couple as his new clients. What should be an easy jaunt around the city looking at apartments quickly turns into a never-ending search where Ryan has to be as much marriage counselor as he is real-estate agent.
7 Don't Throw Stones in Glass Buildings
Now that Michael's moved on from Fredrik, he's trying to prove himself at his new Jean Nouvel building by turning a low offer into a potential sale. Uptown, Ryan makes a last ditch effort to appease Nick and Penelope, and this time he's come prepared with a secret weapon. Fredrik has enormous confidence that he can sell the apartment belonging to his new client, Tim. However, finding him a new place in an ultra-modern building may lead Fredrik and Michael to cross paths once again.
8 Sweden and the Shark
Fredrik returns home to Sweden to check on his personal company, mentor his brokers, visit his family and, of course, to sell some real estate. Michael lands his biggest listing yet, a townhouse in the West Village. However, if he wants to prove himself to the developer, he needs to show how much he's recently learned. And speaking of big listings, Ryan gets a $25 million SoHo apartment that's more palace than penthouse. In his quest to market it creatively, he throws a Fashion Week party there which suddenly spirals out of control.
9 Look Me in the Eye
Michael tries to sell his biggest listing of the season by throwing a carnival-themed open house. Hopefully for him, some kids show up before his plan backfires. Ryan does everything he can to get his Fashion Week party under control so that the owner, Ken, won't yank him off this $25 million apartment. Fredrik, meanwhile, uses a new Gramercy listing to try and mentor his junior broker, Justin. Things get really stressful for Fredrik when Ryan walks through the door of his open house and they have their biggest and most dramatic confrontation yet.

About this show

This reality series follows some of Manhattan's most relentless realtors as they close multi-million dollar deals faster than a yellow cab runs a red light. New York is the height when it comes to real estate -- nowhere else in the world is the property as glamorous or expensive. These hustling agents know that you have to be at the top of your game to play in this premier market and that an actual Million Dollar Listing...would be a bargain in this town.
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Sean S
August 12, 2019
My bff says "excellent story telling, she's right." To add I say, it's delightfully organic these are all beautiful human beings. Any confrontation between them has come from a real place of pain. When confronted, their willingness to keep the friendship makes them dive deeper and come to a place of real healing. By doing so, they have all grown and they are wonderful people wonderful men. I love them all.
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June 12, 2015
Who wouldn't want to see the most Impressive Real Estate in NYC. It's a Win Win every week! I enjoy seeing what the Agents/Broker's are up against week by week, on TV. I can only imagine how hard these guys and girls are working off camera day to day too.
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Teresa Cooper Ullery
March 24, 2019
i am a very successful middle aged woman with two very successful educated daughters. understand stand we only ever had each other. i divorced early 1980's. I did every good by them . Early 90's with a strong small town life and pure country. I managed to support my family well. I gave my daughter's a family and lifestyle of tradition and family values. giving them. self value and wroth. i taught them that working 2, 3 and even the understanding that a talent for finding a way
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