Whether they are fighting, kissing or getting married via Post-It, nothing on television can capture the interest of viewers as well as a well-written couple.
Over the last 12 months, we've watched as some break-ups created outrage, some weddings resulted in tears and a lot of banter led to a great deal of laughter.
Below, the TV Fanatic staff has compiled a list of our favorite television couples from 2010. Read through them all and then cast your vote...
Meredith Grey and Derek Shepherd, Grey's Anatomy: No way would anyone call her Mrs. Shepherd or refer to her as the Chief's wife, but of this, no one can dispute: their union, sealed by a Post-It, has been a joy to watch in its new state of domestic bliss.
Chuck Bass and Blair Waldorf, Gossip Girl: Chemistry. Chair has it like few other TV couples. Because he's got so much baggage, there will be twists, turns, war games and full-on hate sex. But no matter what confusing circumstances are thrown their way, or what their relationship status is that week, this twosome steals every scene.Temperance Brennan and Seeley Booth, Bones: We know: they aren't together romantically. He's even dating the gorgeous Hannah. But a recent epiphany by Brennan signaled that she may finally realize what she let fall by the wayside last year, a knight in shining armor who's been in front of her this entire time. Go get him, Bones. Go get him.
Tony DiNozzo and Ziva David, NCIS: Some fans want to see Tiva as a couple, while others want things to remain as they are. Everyone agrees that these two click on screen in wildly entertaining fashion, with unresolved sexual tension lingering beneath the surface.
Elena Gilbert and Stefan Salvatore, The Vampire Diaries: Plagued by more danger than any other pairing, they've stuck together through thick, thin, witches, warlocks and werewolves. But the one obstacle many fans actually hope becomes too much for Stelena? The latter's brother, Damon.
Phil and Claire Dunphy, Modern Family: One is a goof, the other is neurotic. But this married couple complements each other as well as any twosome on TV - and they're raised a trio of absolutely hilarious kids.
Rick Castle and Kate Beckett, Castle: Most of what we wrote about Brennan and Booth applies here, as well. These two co-workers aren't actually dating, but - spoiler alert! - it looks like they will be.
Chuck Bartowski and Sarah Walker, Chuck: After enduring three seasons worth of will-they-or-won't-they moments, along with plenty of Shaws and Hannahs in the way, these two finally settled into a no-drama, all ass-kicking relationship.
WHO WAS YOUR FAVORITE TV COUPLE OF 2010?