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
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Definitely a fun show to watch, but let's get honest - the set-ups and dialogues are about as real as a plastic Christmas tree. The property sales are likely genuine, but most scenes appear scripted, and while some of the realtors have an acting background, their clients do not, which is painfully obvious in the strained interchanges. Luis is back this season, so cue the sudsy drama. I don't really relish the domestic scenes with wives, partners, babies, etc....and are we really supposed to believe that Ryan's wife goes to bed at night in full makeup and chunky earrings? And not to be unkind, but Frederick needs to lighten up on the pancake foundation. Though I'd enjoy another season with these sleek, botoxed metro males, I can only hope there will be less emphasis on their personal lives. The gorgeous, drop-dead condos and town homes for sale? More, please! That's what I really tune in for.
Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2019
We were teased at the beginning of the series that Luis was going to return. As of today, he has only been on a handful of times. Steve is an arrogant unlikable jerk. Tyler is unwatchable. It is a shame that the only character left on the show that will be worth watching Is Ryan. This will be the last season I watch the show.
Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2019
This shows needs to keep Luis, Federick & maybe Ryan and do away with Steve Gold & Tyler. Steve has not charisma & Tyler is too over the top. This season made it seem like Luis Ortiz was more involved with season 8, but it is not so.
This show should belongs to Ryan, his selling strategies should be the example to follow. I would like to see more of the details which his team involved, even the basic tasks. I also would like to know how Tyler can sell multi-million dollar condos, I really want to see more about his uniqueness instead of all the mistakes he made.