‘Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles’ Renewed After Hitting Ratings Record

The real-estate reality show draws more than 1.7 million total viewers

Good news for extravagant real-estate aficionados; “Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” has been greenlit for a seventh season.

Bravo announced the renewal after the Season 6 finale of the series hit ratings highs on Wednesday.

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The season capper netted ore than 1.7 million total viewers, a 17 percent jump over the previous week. In the 18-49 demographic most important to advertisers, the finale drew 793,000 viewers, up 26 percent from last week and a series high in the demo.

The finale capped the highest-rated season of the series, with Season 6 averaging 1.3 million total viewers with 591,000 of them in the demo.

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The season finale of “Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” drove Bravo to its best Wednesday primetime performance of the year so far in total viewers, with an average 1,136,000 for the night.

In addition to the renewal, Bravo has also given the green light to a spinoff series, “Million Dollar Listing Miami.”