A woman meets a number of men and tries to narrow them down to one who could steal her heart.
Joelle "JoJo" Fletcher
The men move into the mansion; Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo test eight of the bachelors on an obstacle course; Lil Jon helps plan the first one-on-one date; Fred Willard comments on the hopefuls' athletic skills during a dodgeball tournament.
The group goes to Utah; Becca and a date meet Olympic athletes Valerie Fleming and Shauna Rohbock, before being serenaded by Granger Smith; 13 of the suitors see if they can measure up as lumberjacks; Becca and a date go on a snowmobile excursion.
Becca takes six men on a spa date; Chris joins Becca for a one-on-one date, and they are serenaded by Richard Marx; a bachelor has an accident; a group of men plays a game of football, while Keyshawn Johnson joins Chris for the play-by-play.
Former bachelorettes Rachel, JoJo and Kaitlyn help Becca prepare for her big night; the men try to make a good impression on Becca; 21 bachelors advance to the next stage.
Matchmaker Patti Stanger struggles to keep her own personal life on track while running her matchmaking business, Millionaire's Club, which is dedicated to helping wealthy and demanding men and women find the mate of their dreams. She uses every trick she can think of to assist her clients in finding Mr. or Miss Right. Each episode features two clients on dates arranged by Patti and her team. Episodes also detail Stanger's own difficulty in finding a mate for life. She has been engaged but never made it far enough in a relationship to actually walk down the aisle. Not yet, at least.
Being famous doesn't necessarily make it easier for celebrities to find love. "Famously Single" tries to help celebrities find partners with help from experts, who guide the stars while they look for love. The celebs live together in a downtown Los Angeles home. They are put through challenges and other exercises that strip away their fame to help them achieve the relationships they covet. The singles -- who come from such areas as TV, music and sports -- head to clubs, bars and tourist hot spots to try to find mates. Romance might be even closer than the housemates think when romantic connections take place in the house.
America's best undiscovered talent goes head-to-head on teams led by four of today's biggest musical icons, who playfully compete against each other while mentoring these inspiring singers in search of the next superstar Voice.
Patti Stanger has earned her "Millionaire Matchmaker" nickname (also the title of her previous show) through the years she has spent setting up wealthy people through her Millionaire's Club dating service, a practice she continues on this show. In each episode, two wealthy clients check into a luxury property in Southern California, where they unwittingly begin their "love lesson" through custom challenges designed by Stanger and her crew. Stanger then gives her feedback -- which can be brutally honest at times -- in one-on-one sessions with the daters, during which she gives an in-depth review of the surprise date. Each client is then introduced to the matches chosen by Patti, with the hope that one of them will be "the one." Stanger's team includes former beauty queen Candace, who has a psychology degree and is the top associate in Stanger's organization.
Being in the spotlight doesn't necessarily make life easier for reality TV stars and, in fact, often makes things harder for the celebrities. Oftentimes, their relationships suffer from the notoriety. In this series of the "Marriage Boot Camp" franchise, stars of such shows as "The Real Housewives" and "Bad Girls Club" seek help from therapists and other experts to prevent their personal relationships -- either romantic or familial -- from getting worse. The therapists put the celebs and their loved ones through their form of boot camp, testing them with challenges that include revealing some of their deepest secrets and personal woes.