In the tweet, Stanger asked fans to “stay tuned” for an upcoming announcement, as she plans to “move to a wonderful new network.”
In an official statement, a Bravo spokesperson said: “We loved watching Patti Stanger find love for so many people over the last eight seasons on Bravo. We wish her the best with her new endeavors.”
Outside of her Bravo matchmaking, Stanger currently hosts a podcast called “The Love and Sex Report.” She also started a wine line called P.S. Match and is the brand ambassador for a line of waxing products.
The eighth and final season of “Millionaire Matchmaker” wrapped March 29, 2015.
After 8 seasons I’ve decided to leave @Bravotv Thank u 4 the great ride. Stay tuned for exciting news as I move to a wonderful new network!
— Patti Stanger (@pattistanger) July 10, 2015
“People can’t get enough of ‘love television.’ We love these crazy trainwrecks,” Stanger told Variety at WE TV’s “The Evolution of Relationship Reality Shows” panel in March. She also hinted that future romance-based programming would follow the trends of specific dating sites. “I think you’re going to see more counterculture stuff, where you get into a subset of a religion or group — swingers, singles, whatever — and you’re going to watch different types.”