VH1 Announces Its Latest Matchmaking Series Making Mr. Right, Premiering January 6

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Making Mr. Right
VH1 is mixing things up a bit this January in the matchmaking department with its latest series Making Mr. Right. On the new series, which premieres January 6th at 9 p.m. ET/PT, three women will pose as matchmakers and offer their services to fourteen men. While the women pretend to find the men suitable dates, they’re actually sizing them up to see which one they’re actually most compatible with, under the guidance of real matchmaking expert April Beyer.

To find out more about Making Mr. Right, read the complete press release below.

FOURTEEN FORTUNATE MEN ATTEMPT TO LEARN THE SECRET TO WHAT WOMEN WANT IN NEW VH1 SERIES “MAKING MR. RIGHT”

Matchmaker April Beyer Coaches Three Lucky Ladies As They Secretly Try To Mold A Group Of Men Into Becoming “The One”


Santa Monica, CA- VH1 announces the new reality matchmaking series “Making Mr. Right,”which will determine just how far three women will go to find true love. With the help of 15-year veteran successful matchmaker April Beyer, three single women pose as “expert matchmakers” to pull a rouse on 14 unsuspecting guys who think they’ve signed up for a show called “Match Me If You Can.” Brittany Skipper, Lindsay Osborne and Rachel Seeker pretend to find these guys true love, but in reality are there to mold the guys into their own versions of “Mr. Right.”

In order to find their Mr. Right,the “matchmakers” will put the men through a series of challenges designed to test not only their dating skills, but also to reveal their flaws, and with their animated personalities and dating personas the process gets very intense. Brittany, Lindsay and Rachel will get an insider’s point-of-view coaching these men, molding them and showing them what it takes to be the perfect partner. Besides jaw-dropping make-overs and difficult challenges, the contestants will also be given the opportunity to showcase their romantic abilities by being professional, charming and sexy for their “matchmakers.” The contestants who demonstrate charisma and poise, might unknowingly win the hearts of their ‘matchmakers’ and find true love themselves.“Making Mr. Right,”an 8-episode series, premieresSunday, January6that 9PM ET/PT.

With the guidance of professional matchmaker April Beyer, the “matchmakers” are Brittany Skipper, owner of a private event planning service, Lindsay Osborne, an experienced caterer, and Rachel Seeker, a construction contractor.

‘Making Mr. Right’ is a real life romantic comedy, the ultimate show-within-a-show detailing the process to find a perfect match. The series allows women the opportunity to get inside a man’s mind and see what he is willing to do to make a relationship work. It empowers women and men alike, to grow as a person and as a partner. ‘Making Mr. Right’ explores the exciting journey to find a soul mate with a unique entertaining twist that builds to the finale when the women reveal their true selves and hope their love is requited.

VH1′s “Making Mr. Right”is produced by High Noon Entertainment. Pam Healey and Jim Berger will serve as executive producers, Fred Birckhead and Elayne Cilic as Co-Executive Producer and Dave Kuba as a Consulting Producer for High Noon. Executive producing for VH1 are Jeff Olde, Jill Holmes, Kristen Kelly and Laurel Stier.
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