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The Millionaire Matchmaker, Season 5TV-14

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Bravo's hit docu-series The Millionaire Matchmaker returns to Los Angeles for its fifth season. Patti Stanger, newly single, reigns over her clients' love lives -- but is love in store for the matchmaker herself? Stanger calls on celebrity friends Tori Spelling and Jenny McCarthy to provide expert advice for her hapless millionaires. From a former NFL player to Million Dollar Listing's Madison Hildebrand, Stanger will be challenged to find love for a very diverse roster of rich singles. In each episode, two wealthy clients are set up with dates that were hand-picked by Stanger. With a brutally blunt approach and a big heart, Stanger and her staff -- Destin Pfaff, Chief Operating Officer, and Rachel Federoff, Vice President of Matching -- give their millionaire clients complete transformations with the help of personal shoppers, date coaches and therapists. An experienced third-generation matchmaker, Stanger founded her company, the Millionaire's Club, in January 2000. With a best-selling book under her belt and an easy-to-follow DVD, "Married in a Year," Stanger's business continues to flourish. She may not be everyone's cup of tea, but Stanger gives her clients nothing less than her heart and soul in a sincere quest to find them their perfect match.

Customer Reviews

Looove Patti!

Patti and her team are so funny! I'm glad the show is back in LA. I like it better there.

i love this show


Patti looks as if she is on a truckload of anti-depressants.

The season is off to a bad start to say the least. Hasn't this show run its course? Patti, the singleton matchmaker who is pushing 50 (and who wants a biological child no less), is at it again. But this time she appears as though she is unhappy but trying so hard to be happy... which is most unconvincing. On a positive note: she isn't as brutal as she has been in the past seasons and does have some sound advice (if one takes with a grain of salt of course).