Millionaire Matchmaker is a television series produced by Bravo and presented by Patti Stanger. Stanger founded the Beverly Hills-based "Millionaire's Club" in 2000 to cater to wealthy men looking for partners. The premise of the series is to match single wealthy people, all claiming to be millionaires, with potential spouses.
Patti Stanger is on top of her game! Her business is flourishing, she has a successful book under her belt and after years of helping others find love, Stanger herself is finally about to seal the deal and marry her longtime love, Andy. Will her upcoming nuptials affect her thriving business? And when her latest client, Omar, can't get past his paranoia that women are only after his money, will Patti be able to whip him into shape to find true love?
Patti takes on a successful entrepreneur who needs someone to help him be as aggressive in his love life as he is with his career. Will Patti help him step up his game? And Patti's other client this week is childhood actor Justin Shenkarow (Picket Fences) who has a bit of a stubborn attitude. When Patti comes over to stage a fashion intervention, she finds that his inflexible outlook may be a hurdle in finding him a match. Will she be able to get this Hollywood hothead to look beyond his comfort zone?
Patti revisits a client named Shauna, whom Patti clashed with in the past. This time, Shauna is willing to embrace Patti's advice and date an age-appropriate man. Patti's other client is young, rich and handsome, but this catch comes with a catch: He's painfully shy and has trouble communicating with women.
Patti definitely has her hands full this week: Hollywood Director Rupert Wainwright is 48-years-old, and knows it all. This Rhodes Scholar from Oxford, England wants Patti to help him find a great gal to share his life with, but Patti soon discovers that this will not be a simple task. Rupert is an ageist, telling Patti that his ideal woman would never be older than 29. The good news for Patti is that her other client is a dream come true. Smike Wallen is 41, handsome, rugged, smart, sensitive and gay! Patti immediately sees his one downfall, though – Smike travels so much he has not been able to set down roots, preventing any real long-term relationship from developing. She also needs to rid Smike of his tendencies to date younger men, much like Rupert.
Patti is busy with her booming business and her successful radio show. She’s definitely feeling worn down but is still excited to hear about her latest clients. That is, until she hears the name Jason Davis. Patti is all too familiar with this tabloid fixture’s antics and is not excited to take him on as a client. He is sloppy, eccentric and out of it and says he won’t change for anyone. It’s going to be a long week. But sweet relief comes in the form of Chelsea’s client, David Sheltraw: early 50s, tall, athletic, intelligent and hot! Could David really be that perfect?
A returning client named Jimmy D arrives from Las Vegas, insisting he's a changed man and enlisting Patti for matchmaking help. The second client is a computer millionaire who comes with a rigid list of criteria his partner must meet. Foremost among those demands: She must be a Christian woman.
Patti has her hands full this week. Chelsea reveals her millionaire is Tricia Cruz, a free-spirited 38 year-old divorcee who is thinking about switching teams and dating women. Patti questions if Tricia is really interested in women or just bitter about her ex-husband cheating on her right in front of her eyes.
Patti tries to plant the seeds of love for two eco-friendly clients. The first is a 39-year-old gay millionaire whose high romantic standards have hindered his love life. The other client is a female divorcée from England who owns a green-events company.
Patti tries to set up a love match for an erstwhile professional volleyball player who admittedly shies away from commitment. Her second client is a big-bucks trust-fund baby whom Patti appraises as cocky and selfish. Worse, he's blemished by a cheating past.
Love connector Patti Stanger tries to forge a romance for a trust-fund millionaire hoping to launch a career in show business, but his requirements for a woman prove to be too lofty. Patti's second client is a film producer with chauvinistic tendencies.
A moneyed Internet entrepreneur seeks a good date, as does a smooth-talking attorney from Florida.
In the Season 3 finale, Patti tries to concoct a love match for a self-made millionaire after two broken engagements. The other client is a returnee. He's a Kurdish playboy who broke series rules in the past, but Patti decides to give him one more chance at love.
The matchmaking dramas of Season 3 are highlighted in a reunion installment.