This article has the most up-to-date info on the status of Million Dollar Listing San Francisco Season 2 as we continuously monitor the news to keep you in the know. Unfortunately, Bravo has officially canceled the series. There will be no Season 2.
About the show
Million Dollar Listing San Francisco is a new American reality TV series and part of the successful Million Dollar Listing franchise that’s also featured Los Angeles, New York and Miami. The series follows three high profile real estate agents and their prestigious property listings in and around the San Francisco Bay Area. Produced by World of Wonder, the series debuted on Bravo on July 8, 2015.
Justin Fichelson, Andrew Greenwell, and Roh Babibi are all ambitious, and extremely competitive real estate brokers working on million dollar listings in one of the most cutthroat markets — San Francisco Dealing with demanding clients, who have made it in the tech industry of nearby Silicon Valley, the agents spend their time strategizing to make the best deals possible.
Season 1 of Million Dollar Listing San Francisco premiered on Bravo to a healthy 766,000 viewers, but dropped down to 430,000 in its second episode. As the fourth installment of the franchise, the series did well as far as ratings is concerned, but the network has made no comments regarding a possible renewal for a second season. Luckily there are other series that fans can follow, regardless of weather there will be a Million Dollar Listing San Francisco season 2. Either way, fans will need to wait a while to see if Bravo greenlights a casting call or announces the renewal for the show.
UPDATED April 29, 2016: The fourth installment of Bravo`s Million Dollar Listing franchise, Million Dollar Listing San Francisco, has been canceled after just one season. The network announced no reason for not going forward with the series, but according to some sources it seems that following the departure of Roh Habibi from the show, the producers were not able to find a replacement for him in time to remain on the programming slate. Meanwhile, even though the San Francisco segment has not had much luck, the fans of the Million Dollar Listing franchise still have the Miami, New York and Los Angeles installments to enjoy.