With Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles currently filming, Josh Altman spoke to Heavy about the upcoming season, his wife’s involvement with the show and spin-off opportunities.
In recent months, Altman has teamed up with MDLLA cast member Josh Flagg for the Bravo spin-off Josh and Josh. The pair were joined by their spouses, Bobby Boyd and Heather Altman. Since the show aired, Flagg and Boyd broke up. The then-couple announced on March 4, 2022 via Instagram that they were divorcing. Flagg has moved on with new boyfriend Andrew Beyer.
In conversation with Altman, he talked a bit about his spinoff with Flagg, possibilities for future spinoffs, and his wife’s involvement in Season 14 of MDLLA. Read below for the exclusive.
DIFFICULT: Personally, I’m really excited for the new season of MDLLA and loved the spin-off Josh and Josh.
Altman: Thanks very much! Yes, we had a lot of fun with that. The producers wanted to kill us, but we had a lot of fun doing it. I’m going out with my parents tonight, Josh Flagg and his parents. The amount of fun stuff that happens in these interactions… you just never know what’s going to happen.
DIFFICULT: So when it comes to spinoffs, would you ever think about doing another one, whether it’s with Josh or Tracy…or Heather?
Altmann: That’s a good question. It’s all about the timing. As everyone knows my number one priority is to be the best Josh Altman in the world, number 2 won’t do it. Well, that’s always a priority, but the response to Heather from “Josh and Josh” has been such that you’re going to see a lot more of her on “Million Dollar Listing” and then eventually, depending on how the kids are doing, eventually it would be great fun to do something with just Heather and me. She is my CEO. She sells $200 million worth of real estate a year, she’s one of the best realtors in the country, and a lot of people don’t even realize it. You’re going to see that now and I think you’re going to be shocked.
My brother and I are not the boss. It’s Heather.
DIFFICULT: Well, it’s kind of a home theater, isn’t it? As you look back on the show over the years and see how your career has progressed, as well as your relationship with Heather… do you ever watch the old episodes?
Altman: It’s really awesome. I mean the coolest part of the whole show is that I met my wife. Our first date, our engagement, our wedding, our birth and the kids now…I don’t even think it’s that far yet, but to be able to see “Million Dollar Listing” with the kids from the start in 5-10 years… Let ’em watch Mommy and Daddy, their growth in the business, from this cocky young fella trying to prove himself to the powerhouse the Altman brothers are now, I think they’ll get a kick out of it.
I hope they do and they want to be real estate agents because at some point I have to pass that on.