Greatest TV Couples, Ranked By How Iconic They Are

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Good, heartwarming TV couples and their chemistry, among other things, are usually the recipe for success for any sitcom. Over the years, we’ve witnessed several such feel-good romances that we keep going back to. Here is a list of the most incredible, most iconic TV couples of all time who’ve stood the test of time and grown together.


1. Lucy and Ricky (I Love Lucy): Charismatic, loving characters played by real husband and wife- Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz made audiences swoon. The back and forth between their differing views and bickering left some confused. But Ricky’s “how couldn’t I love her?” attitude saved the episodes each time.

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2. Ross and Rachel (Friends): Arguably, the most legendary will-they-won’t-they couple is Ross and Rachel. Although they were not officially together most times during the show, they undoubtedly went through a lot together.

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3. George and Louise (The Jeffersons): They were a lovable, charming center for the show with a successful marriage. However, the show made a radical ripple by depicting this black couple against a luxurious background and rich characters, which was relatively uncommon.

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4. Mike and Carol (The Brady Bunch): Mike and Carol are best remembered for  the love with which they raised their kids together. Their dynamic revolved around their blended family and stepkids.

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5. Jim and Pam (The Office): The classic office romance was comforting to watch where the simplest of moments made the audience go “aww!”.

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6. Kevin and Winnie (The Wonder Years): The couple had an unconventional ending. While they don’t end up together at the end of this coming-of-age drama, viewers know that they still love each other, just in a different, non-traditional way.

The Wonder Years Kevin and Winnie (Fred Savage and Danica McKellar) | Wonder years, Fred savage, Wonder

7. Florida and James (Good Times): “Good Times” was quite a revolution depicting the lives of an African American couple. The show was warm and took us through the love, laughs, and struggles in the life of an ordinary couple.

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8. Homer and Marge (The Simpsons): Homer and Marge’s bickering, laughs, and shared love struck a chord with the viewers. While the show remains a cult classic for its borderline eerie script, the couple’s strong love found a place in everyone’s heart.

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9. Carl and Harriette (Family Matters): The African-American middle-class couple, raising three kids, became a soft corner in the audience’s hearts.

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10. Niles and Daphne (Frasier): Fans globally agree that Niles and Daphne’s romance was unarguably the best part of “Frasier.” Their chemistry from day one was to root for.

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11. Alice and Tasha (The L Word): The “L word” broke ground by representing queer people. Probably the first lesbian couple in American Sitcom history, Alice and Tasha were to root for.

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12. Meredith and Derek (Grey’s Anatomy): Derek and Meredith’s romance is the front-runner for the most tragic breakup. Fans were swooning over their chemistry and the struggles of being newly married and raising kids when Derek was killed off in a road accident.

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13. Philip and Vivian (The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air): Philip and Vivian made for an essential element on the show. Their equal, stable relationship and co-parenting were easy on the eyes and heart-warming.

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14. Monica and Chandler (Friends): Monica and Chandler’s smooth sailing relationship was a pleasure to watch indeed. Their evolution from a platonic pair to co-parents of two adopted twins made the audience swoon.

Friends Super Fans Get Engaged In Monica And Chandler's Apartment | Time


15. Dwayne and Whitley (A Different World): Fans are incredibly passionate about Dwayne and Whitley’s relationship. From the initial romantic tension to causing a wedding scene, this couple has gracefully been through it all and come out more vital than ever.

Show: A Different World | Whitley & Dwayne | Dwayne and whitley, The love club, A different world

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