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Over the past several years when Ryan Serhant hasn't been busy selling high-end New York real estate, he has been pursuing a relationship with Emilia Bechrakis, which has played out in front of cameras on "Million Dollar Listing New York." Now that the couple are engaged, it's only fitting that they have their own reality show while planning their larger-than-life wedding on the Greek island of Corfu. Even with all of the wedding planning going on, Ryan finds time to check out some of the island's stunning real estate options. There are several challenges that the couple must overcome in the lead-up to their big day, including a heated argument that forces Ryan and Emilia to re-evaluate their relationship, troubling news about their venue and family demands.

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With two days to go before Ryan and Emilia's wedding, the church calls with heart-stopping news, and when Emilia looks for Ryan to help solve the problem, he's on the opposite side of the island.
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As Ryan scrambles to find a vacation house in Greece, the wedding plans start to fall apart; the guest list balloons, the venue experiences booking issues and Ryan's bachelor party doesn't go as planned; Luis plans a night Ryan will never forget.
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Ryan's work interferes with the wedding planning, and he begins to realize if he doesn't make a change, he will lose Emilia forever.
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Ryan and Emilia deal with complications while planning their wedding, which will take place in Greece; Ryan is preoccupied with his new building in Greenpoint, while Emilia is overwhelmed with her growing to-do list.

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