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“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.
A sequel, The Next Joe Millionaire, followed in October 2003.
The show, approved by Mike Darnell, was successful and became a pop culture phenomenon, with an average of 34.6 million viewers in the United States tuning into the season-one finale, making it the most-watched episode of any reality show since the first-season finale, the second-season premiere, and the second-season finale of Survivor.
Stanger brings 30 years of relationship and dating expertise to WE tv as a television personality, author, blogger and the founder and CEO of Millionaire’s Club and Patti 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.“Millionaire Matchmaker,” Bravo’s flagship dating series now in its eighth season, hits its 100th episode on March 15.Expert matchmaker and host Patti Stanger says the milestone is something she could have never imagined.