Backed by an able staff, clients with big bank accounts undergo personal transformations with the help of personal shoppers, interior decorators, life coaches and therapists.Each episode features two millionaires on dates with potential mates set against a docu-drama backdrop of Stanger's personal life and her struggles with being a small business owner.
” Patti Stanger is the star and executive producer of “The Millionaire Matchmaker.” An experienced third-generation matchmaker, Stanger founded her company, the Millionaire’s Club, in January 2000.
From the initial meeting through the marriage proposal, the Millionaire’s Club works with clients on an individual basis and coaches the particular member through each stage of the dating process by providing them with highly tailored feedback every step of the way.
A high-stakes "till-death-us-do-part" Dating Game, but with better prizes.
The bride got a $35,000 engagement ring, a free Caribbean cruise honeymoon and an Isuzu Trooper. The groom didn't get quite as much, but it wasn't supposed to matter because he was a millionaire.
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Stanger and her highly trained staff personally match every member according to their exact preferences and requirements, and follow up with each one on a regular basis.
The club also works closely with leading psychologists, relationship counselors, date coaches, hypnotherapists and image consultants, as well as with a variety of top-notch personal trainers and hairstylists.
Unlike some of the marriage shows, this did more harm than good to the people involved.
Rick took the annulment hard because he truly thought he would find a bride on the show.
The original airing in January 2000 was actually a huge hit for Fox, pulling in over 23 million viewers in the two-hour special's peak.