Just in time for Valentine’s Day, we’ve put together a list of the best TV couples currently on TV! All these couples have taught us about love, friendship, struggles and raising a family together. Read on to see if your favorite TV couples made the list…
The Big Bang Theory‘s Leonard and Penny
Leonard’s and Penny’s relationship from Big Bang Theory is a definite fairy-tale. At first, Penny only saw Leonard as a friend/neighbor – but she fell in love with him. The massive differences between them just made their sweeter and hilarious. And, over the show, they’ve managed to overcome any struggles and difficulties. They’ve broken up, got back together, got engaged, and eventually got married – which really shows how hard they’ve both had to work in order to make their love happen. In the end, it was all worth it!
Modern Family‘s Phil and Claire Dunphy
One of the most critically acclaimed comedy series of the past decade, one of the fantastic tv couples from Modern Family had to make the list! We picked Phil and Claire as we can never get enough of them. They’re a match made in heaven: when Phil has a ridiculous dream he needs to achieve, Claire is by his side, even when it comes crashing down. Plus, the chemistry between the actors is mesmerizing. They’re both hard working parents who adore their children, and raised an incredible family together. Here’s to the Dunphys!
The Walking Dead‘s Glenn Rhee and Maggie Greene
When Glenn died in season 7 of The Walking Dead, it was a devastating loss. Not only because we all loved Glenn, but he was also a strong, protecting man who would do anything for his family. Glenn and Maggie’s love was a great silver lining during the show, when things seemed dark and hopeless… they’ve always stood by each other’s side, always loved and always supported each other.
Game of Thrones‘ Daenerys Targaryan and Jon Snow
Khalisee and Jon Snow are undeniably the main forces that move the plot forward in Game of Thrones. We’ve awaited seven seasons for them to meet, wondering if they would fight each other for the Iron Throne, or perhaps join forces in order to beat the White Walkers, together. But no one saw them getting together-together happening. Some audiences saw it as an odd decision on the side of the show writers’, as they’re related to some extent, but others loved it, and thought it was a symbolic unity of good versus the evil out there. We’ll just have to wait and see what happens in season 8.
This is Us‘ Randall and Beth
This is Us has a special place in our hearts. It simply depicts average American families and individuals and their everyday struggles and dreams. There are a few good TV couples on that show, but we picked Randall and Beth for the most obvious reasons. When they go through tough periods, they stick by each other’s side. They communicate with each other; they love, laugh, fight, and makeup. They’re such a great example of a healthy relationship that was built over many years, as they met in college and fell in love. They’ve managed to be there for each other while they were both evolving into adults, achieving their goals together and apart, including making the decision together to become foster parents. Happy Valentine’s Day!