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[caption id="attachment_50049" align="aligncenter" width="590"] Million Dollar Matchmaker TV show image via We tv.[/caption]
Patti Stanger has made a love match with We tv. Her new series, Million Dollar Matchmaker premieres Friday, July 8, 2016 at 10:00pm Et/Pt. Previously, Stanger hosted The Millionaire Matchmaker on Bravo, but when she broke up with the cable outlet, it left that show effectively cancelled.
We tv says each episode of Million Dollar Matchmaker features two wealthy clients checking into Harrah's Resort Southern California, "...where they quickly, and unwittingly, embark on their 'love lesson', custom tailored challenges designed by Patti and her team to reveal what they are doing wrong." Stanger will then fix them up with potential love matches.
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NBCUniversal has launched its Australian streaming service, Hayu, which will allow access to more than 3,000 episodes of reality television.
The first all-reality service of its kind - curated and fully integrated with social media - will launch in March in the UK, Ireland and Australia on a full array of devices (mobile, tablet, laptop and connected TV)
It will target a broad base of viewers, who are fans of the reality genre, and will compete with other Australian Svod providers Stan and Presto.
The streaming service will cost $5.99 and include a free one-month trial.
As well as access to more than 3,000 epdisodes of shows including, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Thre Real House Wives and Top Chef, new episodes will be added to the service every. week, the majority of which will debut on the same day as they premiere in the Us.
Hayu will add more than 500 episodes per year. »
- Brian Karlovsky
NBCUniversal Intl. has launched Hayu — its next generation, subscription video-on-demand reality service. Hayu, which NBCU claimed is the first all-reality service of its kind, is curated and fully integrated with social media. It will launch in March in the U.K., Ireland and Australia on a full array of devices (mobile, tablet, laptop and connected TV) at http://www.hayu.com.
The streaming service will include a free one-month trial for more than 3,000 episodes of reality content. New episodes will be added to the service every week, the majority of which will debut on the same day as they premiere in the U.S., with 500-plus episodes added to the service each year. A host of series never seen before in the U.K., Ireland and Australia will be available via full box sets.
- Leo Barraclough
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