home to some of the unscripted genre’s most popular series showcasing real people and real relationships, including “Braxton Family Values” and “Marriage Boot Camp Reality Stars.” Ms.
Lady pimp Patti and her oddball Disney villain looking sidekicks shriek, belittle and harangue their way through potential clients as much as livestock for the bemusement and horror of daytime TV viewers.
Those brave enough to step into the Thunderdome must abide by the rules or face summary verbal rape.
“Divorce rates were increasing and marriage was down,” the television personality says of the time when the show premiered.
However, despite the statistics, Stanger recalls the early days of series when Bravo’s Frances Berwick, now president, lifestyle networks, NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment, questioned if viewers would ever believe you could actually find love on TV.
And Tony, Patti's friend who dates too young needs an intervention or he could end up alone forever. As painful pasts are revealed, can Patti break their bad dating habits and find them love?
A former Princess must learn to leave behind the baggage of her royal past to look toward a future. Patti takes on former Basketball Wife Laura who has trouble letting her sensitive side show.The world's most renowned matchmaker, Patti Stanger, returns with millionaires from her past and present as they bring their relationship problems and issues to the exclusive "Millionaire's Club" for a final chance at finding love.Premise: People who have nothing else to spend their money on pay a botoxed orange bullhorn on legs to secure them human flesh.“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.“Patti was the first to help people find love in their real lives without any gimmicks,” Shari Levine, exec vice president of current production, Bravo Media, tells .9Now is only able to show live and on demand content in Australia and does not have international streaming right.