Bravo Hit Million Dollar Listing to Expand to Miami, Joining Two Other Editions

January 20th, 2014 – in miscellaneous

Fans of the run-away Bravo hit series "Million Dollar Listing" have been doubly blessed at the end of 2013. For starters, the show’s wunderkind real estate agents, Josh Flagg, Josh Altman and Madison Hildebrand, will be back for a seventh season of the Los Angeles version of the show this year. After an average of 1.3 million viewers per episode in 2013, viewership peaked for the season finale, topping out at 1.7 million, which represents a strong showing in today’s increasingly tough cable market.

One thing is for certain. Fans of the brash, fiery and wildly entertaining trio of agents will have plenty more high drama and impossibly posh scenery to look forward to when the new season premiers.

As if this alone wasn't terrific news for the show’s followers, equally as exciting is the news that Bravo is planning on a third installment of the series to join network stalwarts Los Angeles and New York. While air dates for 2014 are not yet set, Bravo just recently announced that a Million Dollar Listing Miami series will soon go into production.

According to Bravo’s announcement:

On Million Dollar Listing Miami, the mansions are bigger, the high-rises are taller, the amenities are more lux and the locals have access to amazing views, beaches and a lifestyle unlike anywhere else in the world. Business can get heated as the brokers attempt to make a name for themselves and outshine their competition by landing the next big listing in America’s hottest city.

At any given moment, there are likely to be over of two thousand million dollar properties for sale in Miami and its outlying areas. Given this statistic, and the region's propensity for big cash, bigger flash, and a whole lot of pizazz, certainly the mission of the show is tailor-made for the style of Miami.

Do you watch Million Dollar Listing? Let us know what you think of the show, and whether it offers any tips you apply to your job, in the comments.

Author: Walker Mattingly