“LOVE BLOWS,” FEATURING WINDY CITY MATCHMAKING FAMILY,
PREMIERES TOMORROW, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25 AT 10:00 P.M. ET/PT
Renowned Matchmaker Patti Stanger Executive Produces “Love Blows”
Which Airs After “Million Dollar Matchmaker” on WE tv
Watch the Trailer HERE
WE tv’s brand new series “Love Blows,” about a successful Chicago-based matchmaking service run by a dysfunctional (but loving) family who sometimes let their own relationships cloud their decisions, premieres tomorrow night, Friday, August 25 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT. The show chronicles the inner dynamics of LuvBizChicago, a family business run by head matchmakers - Lisa and her ex-husband Jim - who have to contend with a staff comprised of wild, young, single matchmakers; Lisa and Jim’s own adult children who co-run the business; and the ultimate snag - Jim’s former mistress, who is always creating drama for the employees and their clients. The show will air after “Million Dollar Matchmaker,” starring Patti Stanger, on Friday nights. The six-episode series is executive produced by Patti Stanger, who also appears in the show.
E101 – “Annie’s Secret”
Annie is enraged to find her mom called her ex-boyfriend. Nikki steals Annie’s client – Chicago’s Most Eligible Bachelor. Lisa calls Patti Stanger (Million Dollar Matchmaker) for help.
“Love Blows” is co-executive produced by Patti Stanger for Patti Stanger Productions with Rob Lee for Bayonne Entertainment along with SallyAnn Salsano, the founder and president of 495 Productions, the company behind the record breaking hits “Jersey Shore” and “Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party.” Executive Producers for WE tv are Lauren P. Gellert, Lauren Lazin, David Stefanou and Angela Molloy. #LoveBlows
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