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In this series, three beauties travel to California to realize their dubious dream: living in Hugh Hefner's Playboy Mansion. Season six introduces Hef's newest set of personal Playmates, identical twins Karissa and Kristina Shannon and Crystal Harris, as his girlfriends, who take the place of Holly, Bridget and Kendra, although that threesome will still appear on the show from time to time.

Latest episodes

aired 1,297 days ago
The group gets ready for a softball game.
aired 1,299 days ago
The ladies get a part in a movie.
aired 1,301 days ago
The chosen Playmate is awarded a necklace.
aired 1,302 days ago
The 55th Anniversary finalists are surprised by a special announcement from Hef.
aired 1,304 days ago
Hundreds of women vie to be the 55th Anniversary Playmate.
aired 1,305 days ago
Preparations are underway for new women in the house.
aired 1,305 days ago
Hef celebrates his 82nd birthday in Vegas.
aired 1,306 days ago
The mansion's staff helps the women plan a visit to the beach.
aired 1,308 days ago
Bridget is asked to make a low budget horror movie for Halloween.
aired 1,309 days ago
Playboy's Super Bowl party.

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