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Season 7

"Millionaire Matchmaker" Season 7 features fresh faces and new surroundings as Patti Stanger's business is thriving in a swanky new office in Marina Del Ray with an entirely different team of matchmakers.

The love guru has enlisted "guy's guy" Justin Bird, former "Millionaire's Club" dater Marisa Saks and hopeless romantic David Cruz to spice up the Millionaire's Club and bring their unique dating expertise to Patti's clients. Along with her usual high-maintenance millionaires, Patti has another diverse roster of rich singles commencing with Don Swayze in the season premiere and continuing with Kim Kardashian's BFF Jonathan Cheban, Katrina Parker ("The Voice"), Courtney Kerr ("Courtney Loves Dallas"), Rosie Pierri ("Real Housewives of New Jersey"), and Stefan Richter ("Top Chef").

In her personal life, Patti is working on balancing her ever-growing business and her relationship with boyfriend David Krausse. Can Patti and David resolve their communication issues now that they are living under the same roof?

Intuitive Entertainment and Bayonne Entertainment, Inc. produce the series for Bravo. Mechelle Collins, Kevin Dill, Robert Lee and Patti Stanger serve as executive producers.

Season 6

Season 6 marks a new chapter for Patti Stanger who is looking better than ever. After five seasons of successfully finding love for single millionaires, she is now ready to find her own true love. As she is never shy when it comes to keeping her clients in check and requiring their best, can the famed matchmaker follow her own rules? While not only finding love for herself, she also uncovers unforeseen information about her birth parents that makes her approach relationships in a whole new way. Will this key help her unlock the love lives of her wealthy clientele and herself?

Coming through the door for a dose of tough love this season is a one-of-a-kind roster of rich and celebrity singles including: Denise Richard's dad, former Match Box Twenty guitarist Adam Gaynor, "Top Chef's Just Desserts" winner Yigit Pura, Olympic speedskater Allison Baver and retired NFL punter Mitch Berger. Patti has proven time and time again that she can handle the over-the-top clients and their high-end expectations, but can she handle her toughest and most demanding client ever ... herself?

The premiere episode features Daniel Negreanu, a 37-year-old World Class professional poker player who is tired of folding on relationships and ready to go all in on love. When Patti sends him to acclaimed astrologer Christopher Renstrom to stop him from bluffing his way through dating and get his game back, is he ready to take that gamble? If he plays his cards right this time, he might find his Queen of Hearts. Patti's second millionaire is Brian Holloway II, a divorced, 40-year-old heir to the family fortune. After going through a divorce, he is certainly attached to his money, but he is also attached to his mama. This total Mama's boy brings his very English mother with him to meet Patti which begs the question ... who will the bachelorettes have to please? Can Brian cut the apron strings and grow up?

Season 5

For Season 5, the series is back in Los Angeles. Over the previous four seasons viewers have watched Patti Stanger find love for others, while struggling to find her own Prince Charming. Now she's newly single and ready to mingle, but is love in store for the famed matchmaker herself?

In each episode, two wealthy clients are set up with dates hand-picked by Patti. From a former NFL player to "Million Dollar Listing's" Madison Hildebrand, Patti will be challenged to find love for a very diverse roster of rich singles. This season, she calls on celebrity friends Tori Spelling and Jenny McCarthy to provide expert advice for her hapless millionaires. With a brutally blunt approach and a big heart, Patti and her staff—Chief Operating Officer, Destin Pfaff and VP of Matching, Rachel Federoff—give their affluent clients complete transformations with the help of personal shoppers, date coaches and therapists.

An experienced third-generation matchmaker, Patti founded her company Millionaire's Club in January 2000. With a best-selling book under her belt and an easy-to-follow DVD, "Married in a Year," Patti's business continues to flourish. She may not be everyone's cup of tea, but Patti gives her clients nothing less than her heart and soul in a sincere quest to find them their perfect match.

Season 4

In "Millionaire Matchmaker" Season 4, Patti Stanger's business is booming. She is at the top of her game as owner of the international and elite matchmaking service, The Millionaire's Club, in which she helps wealthy men find the women of their dreams. And this season, the newly engaged Patti will not only once again add millionairesses and gay millionaire men to the mix… but bi-sexual women too!

"The Millionaire Matchmaker" follows Stanger and her determined staff as they give their big-bucks clients complete transformations with the help of personal shoppers, date coaches and therapists. In each episode, two wealthy clients are set up on dates hand-picked by Stanger and her staff based upon their beauty and intelligence.

Returning this season is her loyal Vice President of Matching, Chelsea Autumn, and COO of her company (and Patti's right hand), Destin Pfaff, who has taken on a lot of the club's date coaching. Also returning to Millionaire's Club is Pfaff's fiancée, Rachel Federoff, who is the club's Director of Registration and head of the new Gay Division. The two longtime lovebirds have recently had a baby and now Stanger will do everything she can to encourage them to the altar.

Season 3

Bravo's "Millionaire Matchmaker" Season 3 follows Patti Stanger, founder of a Los Angeles based elite matchmaking service, as she helps wealthy men find the women of their dreams. Stanger will stop at nothing to build her matchmaking empire—her business is flourishing, she has a successful book under her belt and is now hosting her own radio advice show. But after years of helping others find love, Stanger herself finally seals the deal. She and her longtime love, Andy Friedman, are engaged at last.

"Millionaire Matchmaker" follows Stanger and her dogged staff as they give their big-bucks clients complete transformations with the help of personal shoppers, date coaches and therapists. In each episode, two wealthy clients are set up on dates hand-picked by Stanger based upon their beauty and intelligence.

In Season 3, Stanger once again takes on a selection of millionairesses and gay clients. Plus, millionaires past will come back to haunt Stanger, notably Shauna Raisch who caused a stir last season due to a very tense and uncomfortable exchange with the matchmaker. But Stanger remains unfazed by it all, whipping her millionaires into shape even with a full plate of her own as she makes plans for her upcoming nuptials.

Stanger is known for navigating her business dealings with intense passion – she may not be everyone's cup of tea, but for those that do turn to Stanger for help in the love department, she gives them nothing less than her heart and soul in a sincere quest to find them their match. An experienced third-generation matchmaker, Stanger founded her company Millionaire's Club in January 2000. Previously, Stanger was the Director of Marketing for Great Expectations, the largest and oldest dating service in the United States. Her bluntness continues to garner her infamy – but no one can deny that Stanger has one of the biggest hearts in the matchmaking field.

Returning for Season 3 is her Vice President of Matching, Chelsea Autumn and her Chief Operating Officer, Destin Pfaff. Also back is Pfaff's fiancée, Rachel, the Millionaire's Club's Director of Registration, as the first time parents head into Season 3.

Intiuitive Entertainment and Bayonne Entertainment produce "Millionaire Matchmaker" with Kevin Dill, Mechelle Collins and Rob Lee executive producing.