Nat Geo Wild Renews 'Cesar 911' for Second Season

The first season of the dog behaviorist's series was the second-highest rated in the network's history.
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Cesar Millan

Cesar 911 has fetched another season.

Host Cesar Millan announced Nato Geo Wild's decision at a Los Angeles screening of his upcoming special, Cesar Millan: Love My Pitbull, last night. Season two of the pooch-training series will air both in the U.S. and internationally.

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The news comes after Nato Geo Wild experienced their highest-rated and most watched quarter in network history with the first season of Cesar 911 becoming the network's second-highest-rated series.

"Cesar 911 is a clear breakout series for Nat Geo Wild that has reinvigorated Cesar's loyal and rapidly growing fan base," said executive vp and general manager Geoff Daniels. "Our audience wants more Cesar, and we are happy to deliver."

The show follows Millan as he travels to new neighborhoods each week to help people whose lives are terrorized by their misbehaving dogs.

"I am very happy with the public's positive response to season one of Cesar 911," said Millan. "I am looking forward to continuing my partnership with Nat Geo Wild and am excited to have the chance to help more friends, neighbors and community members in the next season of the show!"

Cesar 911 is produced by ITV Studios America (Hell’s Kitchen, Four Weddings) in association with Leepson Bounds Entertainment, with executive producers Millan, David Leepson and Jordan Roberts.