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‘Million Dollar Listing New York’ Canceled By Bravo After 9 Seasons

Fredrik Eklund, who starred on the series since Season 1, announced he was leaving a few months ago.
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Million Dollar Listing New York has been canceled by Bravo after 9 seasons and will not return for Season 10, according to a new report.

Sources tell Variety exclusively that the network has officially put the show on “hiatus”, although all Bravo fans now understand that to mean official cancellation. The network did not provide comment for the article, although the report states that the show as fans know it is over.

That said, Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles has already been renewed by Bravo and is currently filming Season 14, the report confirms. Bravo renewed a slew of shows just weeks ago and mysteriously, MDLNY was left off of the list, with the story now adding up.

MDLLA is the original city in the franchise and stars Josh Flagg, Josh Altman, and Tracy Tutor. Fredrik Eklund, who appeared on all 9 seasons of MDLNY and as a full-time cast member on MDLLA Season 13, previously confirmed he is exiting the franchise entirely.

James Harris and David Parnes starred on MDLLA for seven seasons and recently announced their departure from the franchise a few months ago.

Now canceled, Million Dollar Listing New York first premiered on Bravo back in 2012 and spawned two spinoffs, Bethenny & Fredrik and Sell It Like Serhant. Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles will return this fall.

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