Luxe Listings Sydney is one of the best performing shows on Amazon Prime worldwide

Luxe Listings Sydney, a real estate show that gives viewers a glimpse into the lifestyle of millionaires, has become a global hit for Amazon Prime Video.

The popular series, produced by Kyle Sandilands, follows four top estate agents as they strike multi-million dollar deals in Sydney’s pricey market.

Although launched with the Australian market in mind, the show has proven to be an international hit, reports Variety Australia.

International phenomenon: Luxe Listings Sydney, a real estate show that gives viewers a glimpse into the lifestyle of millionaires, has become a global hit for Amazon Prime Video

Amazon Prime Video does not disclose its viewership figures, but the platform announced last week that Luxe Listings Sydney, now in its second season, was one of the world’s “top performers”.

“It really grabbed people’s attention and captured that kind of social zeitgeist,” said Tyler Bern, content manager for Amazon Prime Video in Australia, New Zealand and Canada.

Bern told Variety that the show was so popular because of the global demand for high-end real estate shows.

In fact, it has been so successful that the streaming giant is looking to expand the Luxe Listings format globally.

The winners are smiling: Amazon Prime Video does not disclose its audience figures, but the platform announced last week that Luxe Listings Sydney was one of the

The winners are smiling: Amazon Prime Video does not disclose its audience figures, but the platform announced last week that Luxe Listings Sydney was one of the “best performing” in the world. “It really grabbed people’s attention and captured that kind of social zeitgeist,” said Tyler Bern (pictured), content manager for Amazon Prime Video in Australia.

Bern said Luxe Listings fits perfectly with the streamer’s goal of producing unscripted content that provides audiences with a “guilty pleasure” experience.

He explained that the show drove the social conversation with “edge-of-the-seat moments” that left them wondering what might happen next.

One of the show’s local executive producers, Chris Culvenor, CEO of Eureka Productions, told Variety that the stars deserve some credit for the show’s success.

Star power: One of the show's local executive producers, Chris Culvenor (pictured), the CEO of Eureka Productions, told Variety that the stars deserved some credit for the show's success

Star power: One of the show’s local executive producers, Chris Culvenor (pictured), the CEO of Eureka Productions, told Variety that the stars deserved some credit for the show’s success

New agent on the block: Monika Tu (pictured) has joined Luxe Listings Sydney for season two

New agent on the block: Monika Tu (pictured) has joined Luxe Listings Sydney for season two

The sometimes friendly rivalries between real estate gurus Monika Tu, Gavin Rubenstein, D’Leanne Lewis and Simon Cohen have resonated strongly with audiences, Culvenor said.

Earlier this month, Kyle Sandilands, who produces Luxe Listings through his company King Kyle, confirmed that the show would be renewed for a third season.

Much of the drama ensues as the agents ruthlessly attempt to square off and compete to sell the most impressive and alluring properties.

Power couple: Earlier this month, Kyle Sandilands, who produces Luxe Listings through his company King Kyle, confirmed that the show would be renewed for a third season.  (Sandilands is seen here with fiancée Tegan Kynaston at the Luxe Listings second season premiere in March)

Power couple: Earlier this month, Kyle Sandilands, who produces Luxe Listings through his company King Kyle, confirmed that the show would be renewed for a third season. (Sandilands is seen here with fiancée Tegan Kynaston at the Luxe Listings second season premiere in March)

In season one, Agents showcased some of the most breathtaking homes Sydney has to offer, with unique designs, luxurious inclusions, sweeping beach views and harbor backdrops.

The second season presented new agent Monika as she joined the original trio.

His company Black Diamondz sells more than $200 million in goods a year and cleared about $85 million in just three months this year.

The third season will be available to stream in 240 countries and territories by the end of 2022.

Glamour: In season one, luxury estate agents Simon Cohen, D'Leanne Lewis and Gavin Rubinstein showcased some of the most breathtaking homes Sydney has to offer, with unique designs, luxurious inclusions, sweeping views of the beach and harbor backgrounds.

Glamour: In season one, luxury estate agents Simon Cohen, D’Leanne Lewis and Gavin Rubinstein showcased some of the most breathtaking homes Sydney has to offer, with unique designs, luxurious inclusions, sweeping views of the beach and harbor backgrounds.

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