10 Best TV Couples of All Time

Television has given audiences with some memorable couples. It is magical to see a love story develop on TV. It’s fun to watch as the best TV couples meet each other and fall madly in love, whether you’re tuning in each week to catch the new episode of your favorite show or binge watching on Netflix. Some keep you waiting through breakups and makeup and back again on the edge of your seat. Right from the beginning, some seem fated, and some have been together forever, providing an anchor for the show. These iconic couples made us believe that even if it was just on TV, love is true.

Today we have listed some of the iconic and best on-screen TV couples for you to Vote Up and Vote Down. Let’s start.


Ross Geller and Rachel Green (Friends)

1. Ross Geller & Rachel Green— Friends

Complete disclosure, more distracting than adorable were Ross (David Schwimmer) and Rachel (Jennifer Aniston). Still during the iconic show’s long run, their on-again-off-again relationship was a part of the plot – at one stage or another. We had plenty of memorable moments, whether off or on a break.” So it was only right that it would be together when it came time for the series to end.

Marshal and Lily

2. Marshall Eriksen & Lily Aldrin— How I Met Your Mother

A sweeter couple may not be there than Marshall (Jason Segel) and Lily (Alyson Hannigan). They were only intended for each other. It’s both a little weird and nerdy, but in a charming way. Marshall is as faithful as they come, and Lily is as concerned as a decent wife ought to be. Plus, at times, they can be a little wild. They’re also one of those couples who balance their single friends well and never make anyone feel awkward.

Monica Geller and Chandler Bing (Friends)

3. Monica Geller & Chandler Bing— Friends

Monica (Courteney Cox) and Chandler’s hook-up (in London) were originally one of convenience, and because both in the love department were struggling. It became more extreme and ultimately very sweet in time. Even though Monica doesn’t have trouble bossing around Chandler (Matthew Perry). But then again, were we expecting anything less? Nevertheless, they genuinely end up being created for each other – which is worth celebrating.

Sheldon and Amy

4. Sheldon Cooper & Amy Farrah Fowler— The Big Bang Theory

The Best Nerd Love. Sheldon (Jim Parsons) and Amy (Mayim Bialik) were practically the same know-it-all, cold-as-ice, socially inept people early in their friendship, incapable of having a romantic relationship. Over time, that evidently changed, and their romantic discord as a couple gradually subsided and became endearing to watch for the TV world. Nor was it shocking that they would continue to receive the Nobel Prize in Physics.

Ted and Robin

5. Ted Mosby & Robin Scherbatsky— How I Met Your Mother

At the end of Season 1, Ted and Robin get together and that where the beautiful love story takes off. When they meet at MacLaren’s Pub in Pilot, Ted and Robin’s relationship begins. … Have you met Ted to introduce him to Robin, hit it off the two, go on one date, and Ted admits her love.

Penny and Leonard Hofstadter

6. Penny & Leonard Hofstadter— The Big Bang Theory

Penny actually came around to Leonard’s feelings sometimes as the seasons goes on and realized he had a big crush on her. As she learns of his failed attempt at a relationship with Leslie Winkle, Penny first displays a romantic interest in Leonard, but the sign is seen only by the viewer.

Derek Shepherd and Meredith Grey (Grey's Anatomy)

7. Derek Shepherd & Meredith Grey— Grey’s Anatomy

This relationship did not generally bother critics, but fans of the famous show were enthralled by all the dysfunction. For viewers, a love-hate relationship was created by the pair. Fans really wanted Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) to find true love, but was she really meant to end up with that guy known as “McDreamy” (Patrick Dempsey)? Their relationship was beyond complicated, but for several seasons, it was the force that powered the show.

Brenda Walsh and Dylan McKay

8. Brenda Walsh & Dylan McKay— Beverly Hills, 90210

The rich, bad boy with a heart was Dylan (Luke Perry). The Midwestern girl who had her own rebellious streak was Brenda (Shannen Doherty). During the 1990s, they were one of TV’s most famous couples, and even though they were not dating anymore, their love for each other never really faded. Sadly, they never got a chance to truly fulfill that passion.

Nick and Jess

9. Nick & Jess— New Girl

Their love story is unique and full of fun & emotions. Jess pretends to be a girlfriend of Nick’s. Caroline is made jealous by them and later she flirts with Nick. … They smile at each other and Nick looks like he likes Jess honestly. Nick tells Jess to come with him and he does the chicken dance to A Groovy Kind of Love’ while they’re on the dance floor and they both have fun.

Howard Wolowitz & Bernadette Rostenkowski

10. Howard & Bernadette

Dr. Bernadette Maryann Rostenkowski-Wolowitz, a former Cheesecake Factory waitress, has received her Ph.D. in microbiology and a lucrative position with the pharmaceutical company ZanGen. In The Creepy Candy Coating Corollary” she started dating Howard Wolowitz and finally married him in The Countdown Reflection” Season 5 Finale.

Barney and Robin

⭐. Barney & Robin— How I Met Your Mother

Although Barney and Robin made a great couple in How I Met Your Mother, their love story did not go well and they eventually broke up. But, this love story has made a special place in audience’s heart and thus the viewers signed a petition to change the ending of the series in a way that Barney and Robin gets married and live happily.

We are sure there must be dozens of couple who you thing should be in this list. Please suggest in the comment section. And don’t forget to vote your favorite couple in the above list.

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