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Million Dollar Listing: New York 4 Seasons 2012

Season 1
4.2 out of 5 stars (28) IMDb 7.3/10

Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles has been known to show some of the biggest and most expensive properties that California has to offer, but now it's time for the East Coast to showcase its luxury properties in Million Dollar Listing: New York. This new docu-series follows three of the most ambitious realtors as they give viewers an inside look into the aggressive, high-stakes world of New York City's real estate market as they close multi-million dollar deals faster than a cab running a red light.

Starring:
Fredrik Eklund, Michael Lorber
Original air date:
May 2, 2012

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1. The Shark, The Smooth-Talker, and the New Kid

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.

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2. Parlez Vous, Francais?

Now that Ryan's cleaned up Adrianna's apartment, he has 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 listing, which results in him hiring masseuses for his open house. Fredrik's past success with a former client has her seeing dollar signs but perhaps too many because now she wants to sell her current apartment for a million dollars more than he anticipated.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Starring Fredrik Eklund, Michael Lorber
Supporting actors Ryan Serhant
Season year 2012
Network Bravo
Producers Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato, Luke Neslage, Christina Prospero, Bridget Stahovic
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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I am SO addicted to this tv series!!! The properties are gorgeous, expensive and impressive, but the real fun is with the cast of characters. Fredrik is my absolute favorite; he is super smart, charming, and loving life - he's very passionate about what he does and it shows. If I was buying or selling in NYC, I would want him as my broker - he gets the impossible done deal after deal.

Ryan is another broker on the show and he's great too although I think because he's so young, he's prone to acting out of emotion -- which is the #1 mistake when negotiating. But he's very smart and charming and will definitely continue to be a success. He's got something going on with his assistant but I can't tell what it is exactly :)

Michael is the third broker on the show, and in season 2, he's replaced by Luis. Michael just isn't ready to play with the big boys like Fredrik and Ryan, even though his father is a real estate super big-wig in NYC. The entitlement that comes with being the son of a real estate barron only gets you so far... at some point, you have to have the talent and skills to swim with the sharks (sorry Michael).

The interplay between the characters is hilarious, dramatic, and I'm hooked! Fredrik and Ryan are young and attractive; they dress well and know their stuff about every piece of real estate. It's a lot of fun.

I gave this season 4 stars because Season 2 is SO MUCH better, but it's extremely entertaining, and just keeps getting better. The new cast member for season 2, Luis, replaces Michael and he's great. He gives the show a little extra sizzle with his Peurto Rican charm and his absolute drive for success.

Fredrik is still my absolute favorite, even after season 2!!!!
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Love, Love, Love this show...especially Fredrik! As a top producing Realtor myself I can really see the strength of all of these agents. Plus as Fredrik says...he really is the best agent in New York!
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I love this show because it teaches the home owner how the real estate business is operated. It helps you see how broker hustle to make there sales. i learn a lot from these guys !!!!
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If you've seen Season 2 and 3, you need to watch Season 1, you'll discovered a side of Fredrik you didn't know. I used to think Ryan was a big jerk and bully, but I was so wrong. Fredrik is shameless, he steals clients, he hands out his business card to clients that already have representation. Now I understand why Ryan started to hate him.

As for the guy who dresses like a 60-year-old, he's OK, kinda boring, I don't think he's aggressive enough to be a realtor, people do walk all over him. On the other hand, Luis from season 2 and 3 can be extremely annoying. I guess it's the curse of being the man in the middle, not a Fredrik and not a Ryan, who are the extremes.

Overall, the whole show is fascinating. It shows the reality of being a realtor, the cold calling, the impossible clients, the unrealistic expectations, the money you have to spend on open houses, catering, advertising. I almost feel sorry for them. I said almost because these are top brokers making a ton of money.
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We really enjoy this show, as we did Selling New York. We especially enjoyed Frederik Eklund and just ordered his book off Kindle. Enjoyed this show better than Selling New York. Like the brokers much better. Less sense of entitlement. We are looking forward to watch the next seasons which will be in San Francisco, with different brokers. You don't have to wealthy to enjoy this show.

We enjoy the entertaining presentations. We also really like to enter the homes and look at the furniture that these wealthy people have. We saw our Stickley Mission Chair in a $ 10 Million Townhouse. That was neat. Gives you some what if ideas.
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They are like sooo witty, smart, intelligent, and a bit sassy. I love their hustle mentality. Its like watching a game. Its soo intriguing, and interesting as well. Makes a person think. It is a bit annoying at times to see how some people with money just seem a bit unreal and unrelatable and just plain stuck up and snooty........... There are homeless people with nothing....... And the money these people throw around like nothing is just plain ol sad..... But then again to each its own.... This is the world we live in......... Overall its a pretty good show.
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I got hooked on this show and actually saw Season 2 before watching this particular season. I find it very fascinating to see the properties and what they actually sell for in the different parts of Manhattan. Sometimes the drama between the different brokers is a little tiring, but the rest of the show is worth it.Overall, Season 2 is better with a new cast member Luis. Not sure if Michael left voluntarily or if they axed him.
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This first season isnt as entertaining as the 2nd mainly because its lacking Luis in the show. Ryan & Fredrick are hilarious as usual but Micheal? is lacking the bigger than life personality.
But i still enjoyed the usual antics between the two.
Was worth getting the 1st season after watching the 2nd just 2 see how they started & where they got 2 be in 2nd season.
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