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Million Dollar Listing, Season 1Closed Captioning

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When it comes to the Million Dollar Listing, it's all about the big houses, big personalities, and the even bigger deals — especially when it's about homes in the high-priced, flashy fantasylands of Hollywood and Malibu. This series follows two top real estate agencies and their hungriest powerbrokers as they try to reel in the biggest bounty possible. You'll ride shotgun in their expensive luxury cars as they chase down the hottest listings, match up buyers and sellers, and then get everyone to the negotiating table as fast as possible. But you won't believe what these agents will do to seal the deal. Each episode will feature a listing in both Hollywood and Malibu as viewers are taken through the life of the sale, from open houses to final offers and all the deal-licious drama in between.

Customer Reviews

oh my god

I used to work as the receptionist in this office- I don't know all of the featured realtors, but I knew a couple, and trust me they are all selfish, egotistical, and fake, and seeing people like Carol Bird celebrated on TV makes me sick. As if Malibu real estate agents really need a TV deal to make end meets....give me a break.

Depends on how you take your drink...

You must keep in mind that you're watching a program set and filmed in Hollywood California (and surrounding self-important areas). What do you get when you mix money and Hollywood? Pretty views that cost more than they're worth, enough plastic surgery to shake a needle at, gas guzzling gluttony (I mean image is everything right?) and people who are eager to dump loads of cash for something as fleeting as their starbucks brew. So, if you don't mind the irony of people driving hummers, who would at an instant, say they support the troops, women who seem to think that the key to self-worth is through bigger breasts and tighter cheeks, and the money power some people have that could be used to change the world for the better, being tossed away on yet another house- this show is for you! If you don't find that sort of paradox compelling, look elsewhere.


Not only is this show another terrible excuse for a reality show, it stinks! I think reality spin-offs have gone a little too far, and this is another great example. As much as I love watching other people sell a house, let alone myself, this is stupid.