Million Dollar Listing

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Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles (previously Million Dollar Listing) is an American reality series that airs on the Bravo television network. The show follows real estate agents based in Beverly Hills, Hollywood, and Malibu, California selling high-end properties. The series, presented in one-hour episodes, gives viewers an inside look at the world of high-priced real estate in Los Angeles County. The series was renewed for a fifth season that premiered on June 6, 2012.

The series has one spin-off, Million Dollar Listing New York, which premiered on March 7, 2012.

Current Real Estate Agents

Madison Hildebrand

Main article: Madison Hildebrand
(Season 1 - Present)

"You can mix business with pleasure."

After graduating from Pepperdine University in 2003, Madison established himself in Malibu, California's competitive real estate market by selling over $120 million dollars in property before reaching the age of 30. With Coldwell Banker since his start, Madison has been named one of the "Top Producing Agents" in the nation; he has won numerous industry awards and sold properties in all ranges, even in excess of $20 million dollars. He maintains a client list that includes celebrities and successful businesspeople. Madison is also an author, public speaker, and television host.

Josh Flagg

(Season 2 - Present)

Main article: Josh Flagg
"I don't just sell houses, I sell a lifestyle."

Josh Flagg began working in high-end residential real estate immediately after graduating from Beverly Hills High School in 2004. Within the first four years of his career, Flagg participated in several record sales, including the highest sale in the history of Brentwood Park and the highest sales on the exclusive Roxbury, Foothill and Monovale Drives, making him one of Los Angeles' "hottest" agents. Flagg has participated in sales up to $25,000,000 and currently works for Rodeo Realty in Beverly Hills. His recent listings include the famed Dorothy Chandler house (for sale for $11,250,000) and another property in Bel Air that is across from the former Tony Curtis estate (selling for just under $10,000,000). After finishing his first book about his famous grandmother, Edith Flagg (the woman who brought polyester to the United States), Flagg decided to pen his own memoir, titled Million Dollar Agent, Brokering the Dream. Flagg will soon launch an app for iPhone and Android called "Star Maps by Josh Flagg", the first app to ever give fully accurate information about celebrity homes, with a bonus feature: navigation capabilities.

Josh Altman

(Season 4 - Present)

Main article: Josh Altman
"My selling philosophy is, anything for a deal."

Josh Altman is one of the most successful real estate agents in the Beverly Hills and Hollywood Hills luxury housing market. With a clientele consisting mostly of entertainers, athletes, and high net worth individuals from all over the world. With over $60,000,000 million dollars in sales in 2011. Altman has flipped over eight homes, and also ran a real estate mortgage and finance company for two years before joining Hilton and Hyland.

Former Real Estate Agents

Chad Rogers

(Season 2-3)

Main article: Chad Rogers
"It's not about the money, it's about becoming a brand."

Chad Rogers is a prominent real estate agent based in Beverly Hills. He received his real estate license at the age of 18 before earning his business degree from the University of Denver. Chad has quickly risen the ranks as one of the most sought after agents in Los Angeles. Rogers works for the prestigious Hilton & Hyland firm, which is one of the preeminent residential and commercial real estate brokerages in Southern California's exclusive luxury market. Rogers left the show after Season 3 for unknown reasons.


Season 1 Format

The first season premiered on August 29, 2006. The show followed two real estate companies, one in Hollywood and one in Malibu. Numerous agents were featured during the season (including Madison Hildebrand, who appeared in later seasons). Episodes showcased a real estate listing from Hollywood and a listing from Malibu, starting from the beginning of the selling process to close. The storylines ranged from a woman who was a hysterical divorcee forced to sell her multi-million dollar home, to an agent whose personal ties to the seller (her ex-fiance) get in the way of a potential sale.

Season 2 - Present

Season two premiered on August 7, 2008, almost two years after the prior season. The format of the program changed, focusing on specific agents as opposed to real estate companies. The season featured three Los Angeles real estate agents, Josh Flagg, Madison Hildebrand and Chad Rogers.

Season three of Million Dollar Listing premiered on Bravo on Monday October 12, 2009. Season three examined a falling real estate market and the three agents' tactics in staying afloat. Edith Flagg, who had been in earlier episodes, returned to the program and travelled Europe with Josh to revisit the places she lived during the Holocaust.

The fourth season premiered February 3, 2011 at 9 pm on Bravo with agents Josh Flagg, Madison Hildebrand and a new agent, Josh Altman. Chad Rogers was no longer a part of the cast. Rogers refused to talk about if he was on the show, or why he was no longer on the show during an appearance on "This Week In Reality TV" in December of 2010.

It was announced on August 2, 2011, that Million Dollar Listing was renewed for a fifth season. The show title was officially changed to Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles after the premiere of Million Dollar Listing New York, both under the "Million Dollar Listing" franchise. All three cast members from Season 4 will return. Season 5 premiered on June 6, 2012

Real Estate Agents History

Agents Season 1 Season 2 Season 3 Season 4 Season 5
Madison Hildebrand
Josh Flagg
Chad Rogers
Josh Altman


Season two: Premiere scored a series high across all key demographics with 510,000 adults 18-49 and 753,000 total viewers. Compared to the premiere of season one, the series was up 69 percent among adults 18-49 and 66 percent in total viewers. The series was also up 49 percent among adults 18-49 (vs. 343,000) and up 57 percent among total viewers (vs. 479,000), versus the prior four week time period average.

Season three: Premiere scored 819,000 total viewers and 552,000 adults 18-49. Versus the prior four week time period, the show saw double digit increases across the board, up 63 percent increase among total viewers and 53 percent increase among adults. (Source: PopTower)

Each episode averaged about 1 million viewers.

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