TV soap operas can never be complete without some romance, break-ups and hook-ups, and some drama. Some couples flow with the plot almost effortlessly, and they have all things right, the right chemistry, and healthy and growing relationships. Like Chandler and Monica, Amy and Jake, and this list can go on. But some TV couples were simply unnecessary, had no chemistry, and were way too awkward. We have made a list of such hated TV couples that were forced and awkward.
1. Joey and Rachel in FRIENDS: The chemistry between the two just wasn’t there and was completely stretched and unnecessary for the plot. They would have instead been portrayed as the best friends they were becoming.
2. Amy and Jonah in Superstore: The two never had the spark, and Amy never really liked Jonah. They should not have gotten back together after they broke up.
3. Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen in Game of Thrones: The audience was kinda hoping not to see this development, but it happened and wasn’t appreciated. Unlike Jon and Ygritte, they both had no spark and chemistry.
4. Pam and Roy in The Office: The two were supposed to be like that, but the relationship was too toxic, and they were nothing like a couple should be.
5. Izzie and George in Grey’s Anatomy: Izzie and George always seemed like they were trying too hard to build chemistry. It changed Izzie into a different person too.
6. Hope and Landon in Legacies: The chemistry between the two was never there. They seemed like a forced couple.
7. Buffy and Riley in Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Buffy and Riley never made sense. They, too, were so different and Riley was more boring, and they missed the spark definitely.
8. Joey and Dawson in Dawson’s Creek: One of the hated TV couples that felt forced and weird.
9. Felicity and Oliver in Arrow: They were fine initially but grew to be toxic and immature. She was lying and dishonest while he doesn’t know what he really wants.
10. Alex and Piper in Orange Is The New Black: They were constantly on and off with the relationship. It was immature and got tiring later.
11. Caroline and Stefan in The Vampire Diaries: The two didn’t make much sense. It felt as if since the two were single, let’s pair them up.
12. Dan and Blair in Gossip Girl: Blair and Chuck made so much more sense, but their relationship felt more like another obstacle for Chuck and Blair to be together.
13. Mal and Alina in Shadow and Bone: They both didn’t have the same vibes as that of a boyfriend-girlfriend. Their chemistry just never felt right.
14. Archie and Veronica in Riverdale: Archie was never the right one for her, and they were becoming toxic for each other.
15. Rafael and Jane in Jane The Virgin: Their relationship, or whatever it was, started off on weird terms. She had a crush on him after the artificial insemination.