The Talk, April 25, 2024, CBS, “Patti Stanger, Tichina Arnold”

The Talk

On Thursday, April 25, CBS’s The Talk welcomes television personality and matchmaker Patti Stanger, who discusses her new CW series, “The Matchmaker.” Stanger, a third-generation matchmaker, is known for her previous reality show, “Millionaire Matchmaker,” which aired on Bravo TV from 2008 to 2015.

In each episode, Stanger matched two millionaires with potential dates, enforcing rules like a two-drink maximum and no sex until exclusivity. Her new series, “The Matchmaker,” follows a similar format, with Stanger helping singles find love and teaching them “the real tools and rules to become the most eligible versions of themselves.” Stanger has also authored several books on dating, including “Become Your Own Matchmaker” and “Find Your Match.”

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Joining Stanger as a guest co-host is Tichina Arnold, an actress with an extensive career in television and film. Arnold began her career as a child actor, appearing in “Little Shop of Horrors” (1986) and “How I Got into College” (1989). She landed her breakthrough role as Pamela “Pam” James on the Fox sitcom “Martin,” which she portrayed from 1992 to 1997.

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Arnold has since starred in various sitcoms, including “Everybody Hates Chris”, “Happily Divorced,” and currently, “The Neighborhood,” where she plays Tina Butler. In addition to her acting career, Arnold founded “China Moon Rags,” a company that creates designer headgear, and co-founded the We Win Foundation, a non-profit organization supporting people with lupus.

Be sure to tune in to The Talk on Thursday, April 25, at 11.00 am on CBS to catch the engaging conversations with Patti Stanger and Tichina Arnold.

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