‘Million Dollar Listing LA’ Episode Guide (Oct. 20): Josh Altman Puts a Stunning Home on the Market

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‘Million Dollar Listing LA’ Episode Guide (Oct. 20): Josh Altman Puts a Stunning Home on the Market

“Fuchsia My Life!” (10/20/16) – Josh Altman lists a home with a $2 million dollar closet, but is left hung out to dry when his client refuses every offer.

Josh Flagg takes an internet mogul shopping for a fixer to flip into a multi-million dollar masterpiece. While David and James must decide how to move forward with their business.

“Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” returns for its most emotionally-charged season yet when our powerhouse agents face a fiercely competitive Los Angeles market, and their personal lives heat up like never before.

Josh Flagg works with a revived intensity to sell some of LA’s most historic homes, but his newly-single status in almost 9 years means he’s back on the market. However, the single life is short-lived for Josh as he quickly finds himself head-over-heels in love with thoughts about getting down on one knee.

Meanwhile, Josh Altman is ready to close the biggest deal of his life with his wedding to fiancee Heather, but he struggles to change his workaholic ways as the possibility of triple commissions could keep him from walking down the aisle. As best friends James Harris and David Parnes are breaking records all over LA, they also wrestle with intense family drama that pushes the limits of their partnership.

Plus, oceanfront properties are on everyone’s agenda as beloved beachside agent Madison Hildebrand returns, hoping his signature selling style can navigate the tricky Malibu market. In a city with rising temps, the conflict between our rival agents only gets hotter, because in the quest to be number one, someone is going to get burned.

“Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” is produced for Bravo by World of Wonder Productions with Randy Barbato, Fenton Bailey, and Angela Rae Berg serving as Executive Producers and Shahram Qureshi serving as Co-Executive Producer.

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