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15 "Will They Or Won't They" TV Couples

by | February 2, 2016 | Comments

One appealing factor for actors working on TV (besides that steady paycheck) is the opportunity to steer multi-dimensional characters trough dynamic narrative arcs…and those draaaaawn out protracted romances that can unfold over years. Here are 15 “will they or won’t they” TV couples that kept us glued to the screen season after season.

  • TheRedan3553

    No Josh Lyman and Donna Moss?!?!

  • Vector

    Niles & Daphne?

  • Aloriena

    Aeryn Sun and John Crichton, Castle and Beckett, Mal Reynolds and Inarra, Fry and Leela, Riker and Troy, and many others, there are so many relationships that this list left out that were more interesting and dynamic than some of the ones that made it. I literally just flipped past several because I lost interest in them early on.

    Vector and TheRedan3553 both brought up good ones as well but since they already stated them I didn’t add them to my list.

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