Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles, also known as MDLLA, is back for Season 14 and if the just-released trailer is to be taken at face value, we are in for a rebooted season of sorts with only agents Josh Flagg, Tracy Tutor, and Josh Altman returning.
The real estate reality series has been a longtime hit for Bravo and the new season is set to test the fanbase with longtime stars David Parnes and James Harris of The Agency exiting. Million Dollar Listing New York star Fredrik Eklund, who joined MDLLA as a guest back in Season 11 and then a full-time agent in Season 12, is also not returning for Season 14 and has exited the franchise entirely.
This is also the last remaining city in the Million Dollar Listing franchise after New York, San Francisco, and Miami were all cancelled.
According to a press release from Bravo, fans are in for a jam-packed season. Check out the official cast photos and bios below and scroll down for the Million Dollar Listing trailer.
MDLLA Season 14 cast
Tracy Tutor is raising her family in the freshly minted home that Josh Flagg helped her score last season. With her business continuing to soar, Tracy sets a major record in Orange County and helps a friend purchase a long sought-after Diane Keaton-designed home. She also begins mentoring her daughter Juliet, who wants to follow in mom’s footsteps. As Tracy continues working closely with the other brokers, she finds herself in a tense negotiation with Flagg that puts their friendship to the ultimate test.
Josh Altman continues to struggle with work-life balance as he expands his already formidable reach into Orange County, Calif. With wife Heather Altman serving as partner and co-CEO of the Altman Brothers, the couple have never worked closer together. However, that doesn’t mean they’re always in lockstep in the office or at home as Josh secretly entertains an unsolicited offer on their Beverly Hills home.
After five years of marriage, Josh Flagg navigates a contentious divorce with the help and counsel of his fellow brokers. When the ex-couple refuse to give up a shared property, they are forced to co-list and face each other for the first time. With growing tensions from his prior relationship, Josh is ready to turn over a new leaf, romancing a new and much younger man despite Josh Altman and Tracy’s reservations.
Domestic violence arrest
Not included in the MDLLA trailer was the arrest of Matt Altman’s wife on domestic violence charges, which occurred a few months back. (Matt is the brother of agent Josh Altman and has been featured on the show over the course of its 13 seasons.)
According to reports at the time, Johanna Altman, 40, was booked at the Los Angeles Police Department Valley Jail Section in Van Nuys, California, on August 4 around 9:30 p.m. local time on domestic violence charges and bail in the case was set at $50,000. In an official statement, Matt maintained that the two are happily married.
“The loss of my wife’s father due to COVID-19 has been absolutely devastating to her and our entire family,” said. “We have all been struggling with this loss and have been going through a tough time. We have never been more in love and connected from this tragedy. We ask everyone to respect our privacy.”