Millionaire dating tv programme
But, the only mind-reader here at the Millionaire's Club is Patti! Patti has her work cut out for her when two high intensity lawyers check in.Patti takes on two difficult lawyer-clients, who are both driven by superficiality.
Only Patti has the power to mend the hearts of the millionaire baddies.
Tiffany and Christopher walk out of the Millionaire's Club as changed man and woman with perfect dates in their hands. Think Patti Stanger has faced her toughest clients, you haven’t seen nothing yet! They endured countless tests and hardship all in the name of love.
“I didn’t even know if we’d make it to season two,” she tells .
“This thing just blew up bigger than I ever anticipated.” Stanger attributes “Matchmaker’s” success to changes between seasons such as bringing on celebrity clientele (for the latest round of episodes) and moving the location from Los Angeles to the East Coast (Season 4), but more importantly, she says the real-life dating landscape has created a greater need for reality love shows during the series’ run.
“I’m fascinated that this is really a scripted time,” Stanger says, alluding to “Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce” and the upcoming “Odd Mom Out” on Bravo. “As long as there continues to be shows about the heart that feel real, viewers will want to watch.” And as for the future of “Millionaire Matchmaker? I like to stay current,” she says, adding that she loves chatting with millennials to see what they need to date effectively.
The best dating reality shows offer viewers the unique perspective of watching singles trying to find the perfect mate.An unscripted series exploring dramas at a matchmaking service for a deep-pocketed clientele.The show delves into the private life of the service's proprietress, its persistent staff and the transformations of the demanding customers.Patti is on the lookout for the best man in town for the Baewatch Babe, Donna D'Errico.But when the recruitment effort goes adrift, Maxwell gets the brunt of the blame!“You had ‘Blind Date,’ and then it went away pretty much the year I came on, and then ‘The Bachelor’ obviously paved the way for us. But there weren’t any other shows on the air, and no one really took it seriously,” Stanger admits, adding that her show has now acquired famous fans like Leonardo Di Caprio and Kate Hudson. “It is a very different concept to have an expert matchmaker talk to singles about what they’re looking for in a partner and handpick the ideal mate.