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"Million Dollar Listing" has showcased some of the most luxurious homes in Los Angeles. The franchise now heads east with "Million Dollar Listing New York," featuring relentless real estate agents in Manhattan and their intertwining lives as each agent fights for his share of the market. The agents deal with demanding clients as they earn a living selling some of New York's hottest real estate. The featured agents, some of the best in the city, include "listings machine" Fredrik Eklund and Ryan Serhant, who was an actor and hand model before pursuing his home-selling passion.

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Ryan is challenged with selling the biggest townhouse in the neighborhood; Steve tries to sell an apartment with a location flaw; Fredrik gets creative to market a billion-dollar project that's in shambles; Ryan and Emilia make a major decision.
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Steve tries to find a buyer for a charming country home on a piece of land in Upstate New York; Ryan has two weeks to work his magic on a skyscraper; Fredrik tries to impress his clients by selling an apartment to actor Bruce Willis.
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Ryan tries to win back a billion dollar development by throwing an event; Steve is anxious to prove himself as he battles the elements to sell a penthouse; Fredrik takes on a stunning new building and is pressured to make a major celebrity sale.
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Ryan searches for the perfect townhouse for a bickering couple; Steve is under pressure to choose a new brokerage; Steve and Fredrik travel to St. Lucia to pitch buyers on ocean-side villas; Steve is forced to make a career-changing decision.
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Steve's world is turned upside down when his brokerage shutters without warning, leaving the Gold Group without a home; Fredrik markets beachfront villas in St. Lucia; Ryan and Emilia search for a dream home while discussing expanding their family.
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Luis tries to lure Ryan back to the negotiating table after the two reach a stalemate over the Central Park South unit; Ryan must salvage a deal that falls through after the buyer is arrested; Fredrik will stop at nothing to impress a client.
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Fredrik takes buyers on a Hudson River cruise to interest them in his new West Side development; Luis and a developer embark on a plan to create a massive unit overlooking Central Park, but one of Ryan's clients may stop them dead in their tracks.
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A re-energized Luis reaches out to old friends in an effort to close a deal that has eluded him in the past; Fredrik faces competition while trying to win a project; fiancée Emilia has news that catches Ryan off guard.
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Luis' search for a missing broker comes to an unexpected end and has a profound effect on him; developers hold Fredrik's feet to the flames; the time has come to sell a penthouse and settle a bet between Ryan and Olivia.
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In Sweden, dog-sledding and snowball fights are part of Fredrik's pitch as he tries to fetch a record-setting price for a mountaintop home; Fredrik makes a personal pitch that could impact his future; Ryan gives Olivia a shot at the big leagues.
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Ryan tries to close the biggest deal of his life, and he plans on sealing it with a kiss; a winter wonderland awaits Fredrik in Sweden; a twist throws Luis for a loop as he sees the finish line for his Brooklyn townhouse.
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Fredrik's reputation is on the line when his developers threaten to back out; Ryan is reunited with a familiar blonde on his latest project; Luis is in hot pursuit of a top developer, but an assistant with an icy demeanor threatens to freeze him out.
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Fredrik and his husband, Derek, surprise Ryan's fiancée, Emilia, with a provocative request; it's a race to the finish line with Ryan's Russian buyer, Arty; Luis discovers his new listing once belonged to a famous artist.
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Fredrik invites Ryan to join him in listing a Chelsea penthouse; Ryan courts a Russian businessman with a penchant for luxury; in spite of a disastrous open house; Luis receives an offer on his Harlem townhouse.
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While trying to sell a $35 million listing in the Time Warner Center, Fredrik hits a wall when he targets Chinese buyers; Ryan is the proud recipient of a very special delivery; old friends come knocking with a new listing in Harlem.
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Ryan may be in over his head when he seeks to sell his boss' apartment along with his 400-piece art collection; Fredrik scores the biggest single-unit listing of his career; Luis referees a high-stakes negotiation between a buyer and seller.
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Fredrik holds an open house attended by longtime rival Ryan and "frenemy" Luis; behind the wheel of his Maserati, Luis shows no interest in mending fences with his adversaries; Luis urges a client to vacate an outdated apartment so he can stage it.
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Never-before-seen footage of the season.
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Fredrik travels to the Hamptons for business; Ryan takes on a listing with a dance instructor; Luis holds an open house at his penthouse.
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Luis is suspicious when Ryan calls him for a meeting; Fredrik tries to sell his Brooklyn townhouse.
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Ryan shoots his Michael Bay-style trailer for a listing; Fredrik represents a new Brooklyn developer.

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