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Did You Know These TV Couples Are Together In Real Life Too?

Ever look at some of your favorites TV couples and badly wish them to be together? Well, the reality is often disappointing and we don’t always get what we want. Oftentimes, however, some TV couples are just doing their job and they get struck by cupid’s arrow. The phenomenon of seeing on-screen couples become off-screen ones is pretty rare. But when it happens, it’s simply beautiful!

TV couples spend a tremendous amount of hours together on their show’s sets so it does not come as a surprise if they end up falling for each other. Take a look at 25 couples who were destined to meet on their show’s sets:


William Daniels and Bonnie Bartlett

Where you know them from: Mr. Feeny and Dean Bolander from Boy Meets World, and Ellen and Dr. Mark Craig from St. Elsewhere

When they got together: They two met at Northwestern University and tied the knot in 1951. They are parents to two boys namely Robert and Michael.

Chase Stokes and Madelyn Cline

Where you know them from: John B. and Sarah Cameron from Outer Banks

When they got together: They confirmed their relationship when Chase Stokes shared this on his Instagram in June 2020.

Jared and Genevieve Padalecki

Where you know them from: Sam Winchester and Ruby from Supernatural

When they got together: After meeting on the sets of their show, the two decided to go on their first date after four months of knowing each other. They got married in 2010 and have three kids.

Todd Grinnell and India de Beaufort

Where you know them from: Schneider and Avery from One Day at a Time

When they got together: Todd and India started dating in 2012, wed in 2017 and welcomed a baby boy in 2018.

Melissa Benoist and Chris Wood

Where you know them from: Kara Danvers and Mon-El from Supergirl

When they got together: The two crossed paths on the sets of Supergirl and were confirmed to be dating in 2017. They then tied the knot in 2019 and recently had their first baby together.

Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally

Where you know them from: Ron Swanson and Tammy II from Parks and Recreation

When they got together: They met in 2000 at rehearsals for a play called The Berlin Circle and started secretly dating. Then, they got married in 2003.

Emily VanCamp and Josh Bowman

Where you know them from: Amanda Clarke/Emily Thorne and Daniel Grayson from Revenge

When they got together: The duo officially confirmed their relationship in 2012 after a paparazzi caught them kissing. They tied the knot in 2018.

Natalia Dyer and Charlie Heaton

Where you know them from: Nancy Wheeler and Jonathan Byers from Stranger Things

When they got together: The rumors of them to have started dating started began long back. In 2017 a source officially confirmed their relationship.

Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas

Where you know them from: Snow White and Prince Charming on Once Upon a Time

When they got together: They started dating in 2011 and then got married in 2014. Together, they have two kids.

Richard Schiff and Sheila Kelley

Where you know them from: Dr. Aaron Glassman and Debbie Wexler on The Good Doctor

When they got together: They got together in 1990, after Richard “swooped” Sheila away from her boyfriend at the time, and then got married in 1996. Together, they have two kids.

Kit Harington and Rose Leslie

Where you know them from: Jon Snow and Ygritte from Game of Thrones

When they got together: Kit and Rose first rumored to be dating in 2012 after photos of them holding hands surfaced. For years Kit wouldn’t acknowledge his romance with Rose, saying he’s very private about his love life. At the 2016 Olivier Awards, they made their first public debut as a couple, and in 2018 they got married. They’re currently expecting their first child together.

Brandon Routh and Courtney Ford

Where you know them from: Ray Palmer and Nora Darhk from Legends of Tomorrow

When they got together: They first met in 2004, when Courtney’s brother had his wedding rehearsal dinner at the same bowling alley where Brandon worked as a bartender. They started dating shortly after and got married in 2007. They have an 8-year-old named Leo.

Steve and Nancy Carell

Where you know them from: Michael Scott and realtor Carol Stills from The Office

When they got together: They met when Nancy had taken one of Steve’s improv classes at Second City in Chicago, and they got married in 1995. Together, they have two kids.

Ross Lynch and Jaz Sinclair

Where you know them from: Harvey Kinkle and Roz Walker on Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

When they got together: They met on the set of CAOS and were rumored to be dating, but only just confirmed their relationship earlier this year on TikTok.

Helen George and Jack Ashton

Where you know them from: Trixie Franklin and Tom Hereward on Call the Midwife

When they got together: They started dating in 2016 while shooting Call the Midwife‘s Christmas special in South Africa. Together, they have a daughter named Wren Ivy.

Alexis Bledel and Vincent Kartheiser

Where you know them from: Beth Dawes and Pete Campbell from Mad Men

When they got together: They met on the set of Mad Men when Alexis first appeared as Beth in Season 5 but didn’t officially start dating until that season wrapped. Then, they got married in 2014 and have one child together.

María Pedraza and Jamie Lorente

Where you know them from: Marina Nunier and Nano Garcia from Elite

When they got together: They clicked in 2018 while they got together to film another Netflix series, La Casa de Papel/Money Heist.

Eliza Taylor and Bob Morley

Where you know them from: Clarke Griffin and Bellamy Blake on The 100

When they got together: They actually kept most of their relationship a secret and surprised fans with their marriage announcement in 2019.

Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer

Where you know them from: Sookie Stackhouse and Bill Compton from True Blood

When they got together: They met when they were both screen testing for True Blood in 2007 and then started dating shortly after they began filming Season 1. Then, they got married in 2010 and had twins in 2012. Anna is also a stepmother to Stephen’s two other children.

David Giuntoli and Bitsie Tulloch

Where you know them from: Nick Burkhardt and Juliette Silverton/Eve from Grimm

When they got together: They first met while filming Caroline and Jackie and eventually started dating in 2014 when they were co-starring on Grimm. They got married in 2017 and have one daughter named Vivian, who was born in 2019.

Charlie Day and Mary Elizabeth Ellis

Where you know them from: Charlie Kelly and The Waitress from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia

When they got together: They met in 2001 but didn’t start dating until 2004, when they co-starred in Reno 911! They got married in 2006 and have one child together.

Téa Leoni and Tim Daly

Where you know them from: Elizabeth McCord and Henry McCord from Madam Secretary

When they got together: The two met on the sets of Madam Secretary and made their first public appearance as a couple at the White House Correspondents Dinner in 2015.

Michael J. Fox and Tracy Pollan

Where you know them from: Alex P. Keaton and Ellen Reed from Family Ties

When they got together: When the two met on the set of Family Ties, Ellen was actually dating Kevin Bacon. Years later, they crossed their paths again on the set of Bright Lights, Big City, and finally started dating in 1987. They got married in 1988 and have four kids together.

Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell

Where you know them from: Elizabeth and Philip Jennings from The Americans

When they got together: Matthew and Keri started dating in 2014, after Keri and her ex-husband Shane Deary parted. Together they have one child, and Keri has two more kids from her previous marriage.

Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos

Where you know them from: Hayley Vaughan and Mateo Santos from All My Children

When they got together: The two crossed paths on the set of All My Children and started seeing each other secretly. Then, in 1996, after only dating for a few months, they eloped. Today they have three beautiful kids.



Source: BuzzFeed

Written by Muneer

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