Bravo Renews 'Million Dollar Listing New York'
The reality show was picked up on the heels of its season finale, which drew a series-high 1.6 million total viewers Wednesday night.
Bravo has ordered a third season of Million Dollar Listing New York.
The news comes on the heels of Wednesday night's season two finale, which hit a series high of 1.6 million total viewers and 829,000 adults 18-49. Those figures mark increases of 41 and 46 percent, respectively, over the previous week's episode.
Overall, the second season averaged 1.1 million total viewers and 578,000 adults 18-49, up 16 and 19 percent, respectively, from season one.
The unscripted series, produced by World of Wonder, centers on the lives and careers of real estate agents Fredrik Eklund, Luis D. Ortiz and Ryan Serhant. The trio also appeared on Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live on Wednesday night, drawing 920,000 total viewers and 520,000 adults 18-49. That marked the highest-rated Wednesday episode of the season to date for WWHL.
Bravo also said that Top Chef Masters rose 16 percent from its season premiere last week, drawing 1.1 million total viewers. In the demo, it averaged 579,000 viewers, up 18 percent.
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