Million Dollar Beach House is a new unscripted program that borrows elements of the “Selling Sunset” playbook but moves the action from Los Angeles to Long Island. Call it, perhaps, “Selling Sag Harbor.” We, here, learn a fair bit about what makes a home in the Hamptons a hot commodity — what the brokers of the Nest Seekers realty office call “amenities,” mainly. But for a community that, like Los Angeles, is segmented into various geographical and social subcultures, “Million Dollar Beach House” doesn’t have a sharp enough eye for division. That all the Hamptons may indeed just be a neighborhood of shoreline-devouring megamansions may indeed be true, but it makes for a show that, even over a scant six half-hour episodes, tends to run together.
The series ‘Million Dollar Beach House’ is now showing on Netflix, however, not all the people around the world can access to the Netflix, if your location is not lucky enough to access to the Netflix, what should you do to watch Million Dollar Beach House on Netflix?
The Netflix will rely on the user’s IP address to determine that whether they can access to the Netflix or not. That means the user who can not access to the Netflix should change their IP address to the ‘right’ one. And VPNs will help a lot with that case.
When you use a VPN, you will connect to the Internet through the VPN server rather than your own one, and your IP address on the internet will be the same as the VPN server’s, and you can access to the Netflix, however, not all the VPNs will work when accessing to the Netflix due to the anti VPN mechanism of the Netflix, and some of the VPNs will not protect your privacy very well. You need a reliable VPN, NordVPN, TikVPN, ExpressVPN and Surfshark are some reliable VPNs, all of them will work when accessing to the Netflix and will protect your privacy very well.