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What better way to mark the end of another successful run of the hit BRAVO! show Million Dollar Listing New York than by throwing a lavish, colorful and fun Halloween party?
That must have been on Ryan Serhant’s mind, as the successful broker suited up in his all-powerful Superman costume and welcomed some of his co-stars, friends, and business partners to a killer Halloween bash.
Held at the Bowery Hotel in the Lower East Side, brokers dressed up in their best Halloween costumes to celebrate alongside the Super-Serhant team. Serhant rented out the entire terrace floor for the party, which was decorated with a massive pumpkin, a gold skull wall, photo booth and other festive decor.
Suited up as the infamous Superman, Serhant was joined by his lovely wife, Emilia, dressed up as a Bumble Bee — though pictures posted on his Instagram account shows Emilia suited up as Superwoman, ready to stand by Ryan’s side.
Serhant and his team were joined by the newest broker on the show, Tyler Whitman.
The final episode in the series aired on Thursday, Oct. 31, and marked the end of the 8th season of the hit Bravo! show. Ryan Serhant is one of the original cast members, alongside Fredrik Eklund, and has been a central character of Million Dollar Listing since it was launched in 2012.
In eight seasons, viewers watched Serhant and Eklund build a real estate empire in the Big Apple. They also witnessed both brokers fall in love, get married and have children, and experiencing hardships in both their businesses and personal lives.
New fan favorite brokers have since joined the cast, which includes Steve Gold and Luis D. Ortiz who both became fathers this year, leading many people to say that the 8th run of the show was “the season of babies”. Now that that’s come to an end, let’s see what’s next for the energetic cast of Million Dollar Listing New York.
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