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Million Dollar Listing

Real estate agents working in and around Malibu and Hollywood, Calif. 

4/21/14
07:00 AM
"Going to the Dogs"  Madison must lease the beach home of a tenant with six dogs; Madison accuses Josh Altman of trying to undermine his business.  (Repeat) ESQTV
4/21/14
08:00 AM
"Betrayal in the Real Estate Biz"  Madison confronts Josh Altman; Josh Flagg gets ready to publish his new book.  (Repeat) ESQTV
4/21/14
09:00 AM
"Good Buys and Goodbyes"  A potential client shows Josh Altman his Hollywood Hills bachelor's den; Madison gives Heather an ultimatum.  (Repeat) ESQTV
4/29/14
12:00 PM
"Sellers From Hell"  Josh tries to persuade his friend, Dr. Sam, to buy a fixer-upper with profit potential.  (Repeat) BRAVO
4/29/14
01:00 PM
"Mondo Condo"  Josh tries to make things right with Dr. Sam by finding him the perfect condo.  (Repeat) BRAVO
4/29/14
02:00 PM
"Business and Pleasure"  The rich widow of a famous businessman impatiently demands that Chad find her a beach house in Malibu.  (Repeat) BRAVO
4/30/14
12:00 PM
"Dire Buyers"  Chad tries to score a listing with an NBA star for a rental property in Las Vegas.  (Repeat) BRAVO
4/30/14
01:00 PM
"Showdowns"  Josh questions whether real estate is really the right path for him while dealing with an arrogant client.  (Repeat) BRAVO
5/1/14
12:00 PM
"Epiphanies"  Josh strives to find the perfect piece of land for a designer's multimillion-dollar fantasy compound.  (Repeat) BRAVO
5/1/14
01:00 PM
"No One Is Recession Proof"  Josh lists a Beverly Hills mansion but has problems with the buyer; Chad lists a million-dollar home; Madison lists a Malibu estate.  (Repeat) BRAVO
Million Dollar Listing

Premise
Selling real estate in the Los Angeles area can be a glamorous job, as ``Million Dollar Listing'' proves. The show follows young real estate agents as they try to sell high-end properties in the Los Angeles area, including Beverly Hills and Malibu. The agents use their charm, good looks and business savvy to stay on top of the competitive heap in the real estate market. Will a Los Angeles housing slump make it more difficult for the agents to sell their properties?

Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.