Bravo sends “Million Dollar Listing” to San Francisco

The U.S. cable net has greenlit Million Dollar Listing San Francisco as well as the unscripted titles There Goes The Motherhood and Secrets & Wives. (Pictured: Million Dollar Listing New York)
July 15, 2014

Bravo has greenlit a trio of reality series’ including a San Francisco-set spin-off of Million Dollar Listing.

Million Dollar Listing San Francisco is the fourth edition in the U.S. cable network’s real estate franchise, which follows three competitive agents as they list pricey properties and attempt to outsell each other in the process.

The show is produced by World of Wonder with Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato, Tom Campbell and Danielle King serving as executive producers.

Another new series is the Magical Elves-produced There Goes The Motherhood, which is about mothers who attend a high-end “mommy and me” group in Los Angeles led by parenting expert Jill Spivack. Dan Cutforth and Jane Lipsitz are exec producing.

The third series is Haymaker and Mike TV’s Secrets & Wives, a series about a group of ultra-wealthy friends and rivals who must negotiate life-changing events such as marriage failures and business launches under the judgemental eyes of their friends. Aaron Rothman, Irad Eyal, Michaline Babich, Omid Kahangi, and Michael Call are exec producing.

Bravo has also renewed Million Dollar Listing New York (pictured) for a fourth season, Southern Charm for a second season and set a December 2 premiere date for its first scripted series, Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce.

Produced by World of Wonder, Million Dollar Listing New York recently received an Emmy nomination in the new category Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program. All three real estate agents, Fredrik Eklund, Luis D. Ortiz and Ryan Serhant, will return for season four.

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