Where to watch Million Dollar Listing New York online free

Find out where to watch Million Dollar Listing New York online, including ways to watch it for free.

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Million Dollar Listing New York shows us what it takes to be a luxury real estate agent in New York as we follow the lives of Ryan Serhant, Fredrik Eklund and Steve Gold.

It’s hard not to watch these big-headed brokers do battle as they do whatever it takes to win in the Big Apple’s multi-million-dollar property market.

Where to watch

With an eighth season out this year, there are plenty of seasons for you to get your teeth into.


What would we do without hayu? This streaming site has loads of the most popular US reality TV shows, including The Real Housewives of New York City and Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

Don’t worry, it also has you covered for Million Dollar Listing New York. You can catch every episode from all seven seasons of these ruthless brokers on hayu.

You can do a free trial and try to binge watch it all by the end of it, or if you think it’ll be too much of a push, you can buy a membership for £4.99 a month.


While you might not want to be their friend, there’s no denying Ryan, Fredrik and Steve are great entertainment value.

NOW is another place you can catch up on all 87 previous episodes from Million Dollar Listing New York – all you have to do is buy a hayu pass.

It might be cheaper to go through NOW than directly to hayu, so this option might be better value.

Is the show available on Netflix?

Unfortunately it isn’t; however, hayu and NOW offer decent value for money. If you’re a fan of US reality TV, then you can get access to thousands of shows with these two sites too.

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