Prime Video releases season three trailer of Luxe Listings Sydney

Luxe Listings Sydney

• Season three will premiere exclusively on Prime Video from September 30

Prime Video has released the trailer for Luxe Listings Sydney season three, set to premiere exclusively on Prime Video from September 30 in Australia and more than 240 countries and territories globally.

Season three will see more rivalry, higher stakes and multi-million-dollar deals in one of the most competitive and cutthroat real estate markets in the world: Sydney.

The six-part Australian Amazon Original reality series follows elite agents Gavin Rubinstein, D’Leanne Lewis, Simon Cohen and Monika Tu as they sell stunning and luxurious properties.

As buying and selling in the luxury real estate market moves at a lightening pace, the harbour city continues to be one of the most sought-after locations to live in the world.  

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Simon Cohen, Monika Tu, D’Leanne Lewis and Gavin Rubinstein

This season, the property market in Sydney gets even tighter with highly competitive auctions leaving the agents duelling for the most coveted properties.

Rubinstein and Cohen will be vying for the chance to find Delta Goodrem the perfect property as more celebrity clients start to call on our agents wanting luxurious retreats and mega-million-dollar waterfront property.

Risking their reputations and pulling off unbelievable deals, the four elite real estate specialists showcase Sydney’s most spectacular and elite properties. 

Luxe Listings Sydney is executive produced by Eureka Productions’ Chris Culvenor, Paul Franklin, Rikkie Proost, Evan Wilkes, Jake Hargreaves and Anastassia Gerakas, along with series creators and executive producers Benjamin Scott and James Kennedy through Kentel. 

Luxe Listings Sydney season 3 premieres exclusively on Prime Video from September 30.

This comes after Prime Video announced a new, redesigned experience within the Prime Video app on connected living room devices, back in July.

See also: Amazon announces redesign for Prime Video user interface

The updated interface, coming first to Prime Video on living room and Android devices, will be available to all Prime customers worldwide by the end of August.

The new updates include, a more friendly navigation menu, an easier way to watch live and programmed sports, a faster way to watch shows, clearly marked content, and immersive visuals.

The user-friendly navigation menu aims to be easily accessible from anywhere in the app. This helps customers browse the streaming service’s selection—including movies, TV shows, sports, and premium channels—and find what they’re looking for quickly and easily.

Top image back row, left to right: Monika Tu Simon Cohen. Front row: Gavin Rubinstein and D’Leanne Lewis.

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