TV Romances: ‘Arrow’s’ Oliver & Felicity, ‘Outlander’s’ Jamie & Claire, ‘Castle’s’ Castle & Beckett among top couples
With Valentine’s Day coming up on Sunday, isn’t this the time to celebrate love? We certainly think so, and with that we’re going to be doing a TV Romances article series all week talking about love in one form or another. We’ll be detailing favorite couples, favorite prospective couples, and even some people we know will probably not get together but have a huge ‘shipper contingent online. There are just meant to be a fun little way to get in the holiday spirit. We’re including all of our favorites, and you can also pick your favorites daily in the poll! We’ll announce who the readers have chosen come February 14.
Today, we’re starting things off by talking about the couples themselves, and we’ve singled out eight pairs in particular who have shown great chemistry and care for each other. (For the record, we’re only considering couples who are together as of February 8. 2016 for consideration.)
Castle and Beckett, “Castle” (ABC) – They’re back together now after that experiment in the first half of the season … and back to being the people we love.
Glenn and Maggie, “The Walking Dead” (AMC) – Thanks to Glenn still being alive (and no thanks to the producers for that twist), they can go back to planning a future.
Happy and Toby, “Scorpion” (CBS) – The newest couple of the group, but one of the most entertaining thanks to their differing personalities and shared determination.
Hook and Emma, “Once Upon a Time” (ABC) – Emma has managed to help this notorious pirate become someone capable of love; in turn, he has helped to break down her walls.
Jamie and Claire, “Outlander” (Starz) – They have passion for miles, a love story that surpasses the rules of time, and have already risked everything for each other.
Oliver and Felicity, “Arrow” (The CW) – A love story that really spawned out of love shown by the fans. They care about each other, support each other, and have each shown heroism towards each other.
Scott and Kira, “Teen Wolf” (MTV) – One of the most stable and successful couples on a show that does not always advocate stability in the slightest.
Sheldon and Amy, “The Big Bang Theory” (CBS) – Like with Castle and Beckett, they’ve went through a separation, but in this case the time apart may have helped the two become closer in the end.
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