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Lifetime sets July air date for Sharp’s “Marrying Millions”

A+E-owned female-focused channel Lifetime has set an early July premiere date for Sharp Entertainment’s relationship docuseries Marrying Millions. The previously announced 10 x 60-minute series will offer a deep-dive into the ...
May 24, 2019

A+E-owned female-focused channel Lifetime has set an early July premiere date for Sharp Entertainment’s relationship docuseries Marrying Millions.

The previously announced 10 x 60-minute series will offer a deep-dive into the love lives of six couples where one half of the relationship comes from extraordinary wealth. Marrying Millions follows six couples hoping to marry, but who come from completely different worlds.

On the brink of marriage, each couple must attempt to bridge their vast cash divide and fit into the other’s foreign world of riches or lack thereof.

Couples featured in the series will include 60-year-old Bill, who runs a commercial real estate company with investments in the billions, and 21-year-old former hostess Brianna; Katie, a 37-year-old divorcee formerly married to baseball star Josh Hamilton, and 23-year-old aspiring rapper Kolton; real estate investor Gentille and Brian, from a blue-collar family in Minnesota; divorced multi-millionaire Drew and Rosie, a recent college graduate who still lives with her parents; Shawn, a 29-year old tech entrepreneur and rapper from Palm Springs, and Katie, 33, who met Shawn at a business conference she attended where he was a keynote speaker; and Sean, the heir to a successful publishing company, and Megan, who grew up in working class family from Southern California’s Inland Empire.

Marrying Millions is executive produced by Sharp Entertainment’s Matt Sharp, Dan Adler and Jason Hollis. James Bolosh and Gena McCarthy executive produce for Lifetime.

Check out a trailer for the series below:

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Senior staff writer Frederick Blichert comes to realscreen with a background as a journalist and freelance film critic. He has previously written for VICE, Paste Magazine, Senses of Cinema, Xtra, Canadian Cinematographer and elsewhere. He holds a Master of Arts in film studies from Carleton University and a Master of Journalism from the University of British Columbia.

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