10 Fan Favorite TV Series Couples
Our favourite romantic tv characters come from some of the best love stories ever written. There are decades of TV celebrities to look back on and swoon for, from the 50s lovebird's Lucy and Ricky on the classic sitcom, I Love Lucy, to the on-and-off relationship between Carrie and Big on Sex and The City. Taking a look back through the years at the fictional couples whose romances we have been involved in. Posted On November 2nd, 2020
Jake and Amy, Brooklyn Nine-Nine
This police pair, a severely underestimated trope, went from rivals to lovers. Peraltiago is a blast to watch as you get to the lovers' stage. The "we have to kiss so we don't blow our cover" bit gets us every time to feel good-good.
Monica and Chandler, F.R.I.E.N.D.S
Chandler's A Monica and Irrepressible Fool couldn't have been more distinct. But after a long season of slow construction, they ended up coming together and sticking together. Their bond began to test expectations: the one who proposed to Chandler was Monica, and the children were adopted. This TV pair taught us that the love of your life can really be your best friend sometimes.
James and Alyssa, End of the F****** World
James and Alyssa, two teens who end up falling in love, narrate The End Of The F***ing Universe, but definitely do not out that way. James starts the series, thinking he's a psychopath, and with one of his hallucinations, Alyssa portrays herself as a likely victim. He never follows through, because Alyssa is starting to like him.
Phil and Viv, Fresh Prince of Bel Air
Phil and Vivian Banks were, like the core characters in The Jeffersons, a wealthy black couple in a largely white country. The Bel-Air neighbourhood, where they took their nephew. Phil and Viv were a powerful couple who, like children Carlton, Hilary, and Ashley, were the centre of their family. But they also learned from their nephew, who was, as you know, born and raised in West Philadelphia, about class inequalities and bigotry.
Justin and Brian, Queer as Folk
As the first hour-long American drama to represent the lives of gay men and women, Brian Kinney (Gale Harold) and Justin Taylor (Randy Harrison) were a leading couple in the 2000-05 Showtime series "Queer as Folk." The show, which touched on issues such as HIV, drug use and drinking, was revolutionary in its own right.
Sabrina and Harvey, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
Although the endgame of the series might not be their relationship, Sabrina and Harvey gave the audience goosebumps and butterflies. Whatever their errors and various witch-human problems, they have both been nice and respectful of each other. After the "In my world, Sabrina Spellman, there is no flying without you" scene to their breakup, everyone could see that theirs was true love, and that it could never change-even after their breakup.
Lucifer and Chloe, Lucifer
Without this famous couple, this list wouldn't be complete. Lucifer went a long way for Chloe. At first, she couldn't bear him, but later they became friends and then fell in love. The fact that Lucifer was not human had to be dealt with by Chloe, but that did not deter her from professing her love for him. Lucifer had to return to Hell, which appeared to have shattered the spirit of Chloe. But fortunately for both of them, in the fifth season, he came back and they could actually see how they were going to succeed as a couple. No matter what the future has in store for them both, in a way that's unique, there's no doubt they care about each other. Lucifer did, after all, name Chloe his first love.
Mickey and Ian, Shameless
Mickey and Ian went from fistfighting to hooking up full-on and we remember, we just thought we knew. This pair, as the whole show Shameless, brings chemistry to the next level. Forget about warm fuzzies, the heat in our jeans between the two of them starts a burn. We love this one. Don't be wrong with us. In too many cases, Gallavich is an example of what a pair should NOT be like. In their marriage, aggression is fundamentally intertwined. For the two of them at times, but in their surroundings.
Rue and Jules, Euphoria
The relationship between Rue and Jules does not get a classroom PSA like Nate and Maddy do, but that does not mean that Rue 's dependency on Jules is healthy. ... Jules is basically stuck in a codependent partnership, in which the relationship is far more respected by one of the partners than they value their own well-being.
Crosby and Jasmine , Parenthood
The relationship between Crosby and Jasmine was still turbulent. They had many ups and downs, but they were extreme when it came to their downs. Crosby cheated on her and, when Jabbar was five years old, she did not introduce him to his son. For various things, they resented each other and it generally came out in negative ways. They had nice times, but we have a feeling that sooner or later down the road, after the flash-forward finish, they will end up apart again. They were, maybe, better friends than a couple.