Millionaire Matchmaker, with outspoken matchmaker Patti Stanger, will be moving from Monday to Thursday nights, according to an August 24, 2011, media announcement from Bravo. Before making the move, “The Millionaire Matchmaker” will air an episode on Monday, August 29.
Bravo announced that the Monday night episode earned a 36 percent increase among total viewers, compared to the previous weeks’ season five premiere. The hit series will move to Thursday nights starting on September 8 at 9:00p.m. ET/PT, but not before Patti Stanger makes a royal love match in next week’s episode on Monday, August 29 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT.
Patti Stanger continues to combine matchmaking expertise and tough love as she is tasked with setting up a match for a recent millionaire and a German prince.
Her first client is Daniel Kibblesmith, a 27-year-old comedy writer for the popular website Groupon. Daniel is a self-professed nerd who doesn’t understand the social etiquette of dating, nor does he possess the polish of a millionaire. Her other client is Mario Max Shaumberg-Lippe, or Prince Max for short. This 34-year-old allegedly hails from one of the oldest royal family in Europe, and has amassed a fortune developing his own fashion line, fragrances, and an upcoming vodka label. Prince Max has a bad habit of bragging about his fabulous life that Patti must curb before she can find him the right princess.
Millionaire Matchmaker is followed by Most Eligible Dallas on Monday night at 10:00 p.m. ET. Bravo has released a brief episode description , which follows:
Courtney tries one last time to rectify things with Neill, yet her motive is still just to appease Matt. Drew shells out the big bucks on Glenn at a charity date auction, but has other plans for his favorite muscle-bound bachelor. Courtney joins in on the fun and suddenly sees Glenn in a different light. Tara’s date pushes her over the edge when he utters one inappropriate comment after another at the dinner table, and Matt’s noncommittal dating philosophy backfires when a sexy Canadian proves to be a stage-five clinger.