'Flipping,' 'Million Dollar Listing' get 3rd seasons
Despite the housing slump, Bravo is renewing real estate-themed non-fiction skeins “Flipping Out” and “Million Dollar Listing” for third seasons.
The cabler also has given season-two reups to fashion-and-beauty-themed reality skeins “The Rachel Zoe Project” and “Tabatha’s Salon Takeover.”
“Flipping Out,” which tracks the travails of high-end L.A. house flipper Jeff Lewis, was up 52% in total viewers (1.1 million) and 48% in adults 18-49 (803,000) in season two. Series is produced by Authentic Entertainment.
Produced by World of Wonder, the also-L.A.-based “Million Dollar Listing” grew its total audience by 111% in season two (1 million) and its 18-49 aud by 124% (702,000).
In its frosh season, the Reveille-produced “Tabatha’s Salon Takeover” averaged 1.2 million total viewers, making it Bravo’s highest-rated Thursday night series to date.
Meanwhile, “The Rachel Zoe Project” drew a season-high aud in its first-campaign finale of 1.1 million viewers. Series is produced by Original Media.