Season 8 of Million Dollar Listing New York premieres Thursday, August 1 at 9/8c on Bravo.
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‘Million Dollar Listing New York’ Season 8 Preview
MDLNY returns to Bravo for its eighth season, and with it returns Luis D. Ortiz. Ortiz is joined by Fredrik Eklund, Ryan Serchant, Steve Gold, and Tyler Whitman. Eklund told Bravo that when he found out Ortiz would be coming back after a two-season hiatus “It made me so happy and I feel like I was somewhat instrumental in getting him back, back to New York and back into real estate, cause I think it’s really important for him to have a structure ’cause as you know he was traveling for a long time. He was doing kind of nothing and soul searching. He was down and he’s going to tell that story this season… I love him and he [has] such a good heart.”
Tyler Whitman is new to the cast this season and is, according to Newsweek, was the original Head of Sales for the start-up real estate firm Triplemint. On a more personal note, he recently underwent gastric-sleeve surgery and committed himself to fitness to lose weight and keep it off. He told the New York Post “one of the [storylines on the show] is how weight loss has affected my career.”
Now that several of the stars are fathers, including Ryan Serchant, who had his first child with wife Emilia earlier this year, fans should expect the show’s tone to take an appropriate shift. Serchant told Entertainment Tonight “The first thing we all talk about now is, like, how are the kids? Do you want to see a photo? You go into, like, a duel of who can pull out their cell phone faster to show a picture of their kid! And then, we talk about real estate. I think it’s calmed all of us down. We’re all a little more, I don’t know, probably just a little calmer.” He continued, adding “In business, we are all just a little crazier. There’s higher stakes once you have children involved. This season is insane, the drama is amped, the deals are ridiculous, it’s just going to be a wild ride that’s for sure.”
The official synopsis for the premiere episode, entitled “Drumming Up Buyers,” reads “Fredrik may need to go back to the 1980s to find a buyer for his listing; Ryan has to sell a mansion built on top of a freeway; Steve goes to upstate New York to help a billionaire client but realizes his listing may turn out to be a ‘Payne.'”
Tune in to new episodes of Million Dollar Listing New York season 8, Thursday nights at 9/8c on Bravo.
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