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.
In the Season 5 opener, matchmaking maven Patti Stanger tries to forge a love connection for a fast-talking Internet mogul. Her other client is a worldly and outwardly charming production-company owner.
Patti plays matchmaker for a moneyed playboy. She also works for a Canadian who holds a negative view of career women. Deeming him a chauvinist, Patti enlists mother and mogul Tori Spelling to enlighten him about the all-encompassing modern-day woman.
Patti's clients are an awkward comedy writer who recently became a millionaire and an alleged prince who boasts about his fame and fortune.
An unassuming Southern gentleman mending a broken heart attempts to wade back into the dating pool with Patti's help. Patti's other client is a banker, but she pegs him as an insincere player-wannabe. As such, relationship counselor Pat Allen arrives to set the banker straight.
Patti hosts her very first all-gay mixer. She also tries to arrange a love connection for Madison Hildebrand ("Million Dollar Listing") while enlisting a therapist to help her second millionaire client.
Patti plays matchmaker for a controlling plastic surgeon from Las Vegas. Her other client is a thrice-divorced pole-dancing instructor who receives a makeover courtesy of Patti.
Patti springs into action to bring romance into the lives of two self-help specialists—one is a celebrity hypnotherapist and the other is a motivational speaker.
Patti spins her matchmaking magic for two amiable men. One is a returnee who is seeking the perfect woman and the other is a divorced father of three.
Patti tries to set up dates and mates for two sibling bodybuilders. It'll be heavy lifting for Patti, as one brother has spent the last three years in prison and the other went through a divorce after only six months of marriage.
Patti works for two young clients. One is a big-bucks computer programmer who lacks dating confidence, so Patti enlists Jenny McCarthy to tutor him in the fine art of wooing a lady. The second client is a twentysomething trust-fund baby with a penchant for being superficial.
Patti takes on a gender-bender case when she tries to find love for a colorful Las Vegas female impersonator. Patti also cooks up a love connection for a food-business owner who lacks personality.
Patti tries to create great date-and-mate fate for a fiftysomething musician and hopeless romantic who never married and hopes to have children. Patti also calls a romantic play for retired football player Marcellus Wiley.
Patti Stanger herself is the client in the Season 5 finale. Patti's own team try to forge a love connection for the matchmaking maven, as she wades into mixers and dates to find a new romance.
Andy Cohen hosts Part 1 of a two-part reunion featuring matchmaker Patti Stanger and some of her most memorable clients, including former NFL player Marcellus Wiley and reality personality Madison Hildebrand.
Andy Cohen hosts the conclusion of a two-part reunion installment featuring matchmaker Patti Stanger chatting about Season 5 dramas and revisiting some of her most memorable big-bucks yet romantically challenged clients.