Bravo, Oxygen Have Strong Showings with ‘L.A.’ Series

Million Dollar LIsting Preachers of LA

Bravo renews 'Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles' for season seven after greenlighting 'Miami' version of franchise

Wednesday was a notable night for NBCUniversal cable networks Bravo and Oxygen, as both saw series high numbers for reality shows “Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” and “Preachers of L.A.”

Bravo’s “Million Dollar Listing L.A.” drew over 1.7 million total viewers Wednesday night, making it the highest-rated episode of the “Million Dollar Listing” franchise, which includes the format’s Gotham edition. Thanks to “Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles,” Oct. 23 was Bravo’s most-watched Wednesday of the year.

On the heels of Wednesday’s season six finale, Bravo officially ordered a seventh season of “Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles,” after announcing earlier this week via Variety that it has also greenlit a “Miami” version of the franchise.

Over on Oxygen, “Preachers of L.A.” offered the femme-skewing cabler its best Wednesday primetime ever with adults 18-49 and delivered 1.2 million total viewers. Wednesday night’s “Preachers” seg was also the highest-rated episode in the series’ history, and performed well on social media with #PreachersofLA and #BishopJones trending.

“Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” is produced for Bravo by World of Wonder Prods. “Preachers of L.A.” is produced by L. Plummer Media in association with Releve Entertainment.

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