Luke and Lorelei - Gilmore Girls
Luke and Lorelei from Gilmore Girls have been through so much together. Nearly a decade later with the revival series, they're still together and still willing to work on their relationship. The best part? We finally get to see them get married, and it's done beautifully.
Randall and Beth Pearson - This Is Us
Randall and Beth Pearson are my new favorite couple on TV. This Is Us has managed to create two generations of happy couples, but Randall and Beth have one of the most authentic, relatable and sexy 'ships on the small screen. It took no time at all to buy into them and the way they support each other. Sterling K Brown and Susan Kelechi Watson make me believe in love through their portray of happily married Randall and Beth.
Nina Shore and Will Halstead - Chicago Med
I'm going to give this to Shorestead (Nina Shore and Will Halstead) over on Chicago Med. I know Manstead is the endgame here and I'm cool with that, but I honestly love Shorestead for how it gave us more of Nina and made Will stop acting like a douche. So I'm on both teams here and I'm totally fine with that.
Luke Cage and Claire Temple - Luke Cage
Luke Cage and Claire Temple. Listen, as much as I loved Jessica Jones (and I know their history in the comics), you will never convince me that Jessica is a better partner for Luke than Claire is. Claire's got a good head on her shoulders, she's determined and driven, she's supportive, and she can be a friend as well as a partner to Luke. Luke and Claire bring out the best in each other. I don't know how the continuation of this universe is going to address Jessica vs Claire, but I'm rooting for Claire all the way.
Roger and Trish Murtaugh - Lethal Weapon
Roger and Trish Murtaugh from Lethal Weapon. Can anyone say #MarriageGoals? They're the perfect couple. They're oh so lovable and who wouldn't want to be a part of the Murtaugh family? She's a badass attorney whom he worships like the goddess that she is, and he's a good-hearted detective whose heart will remain so as long as he follows her strict health regimen for him. They have a loving, supportive, and healthy marriage, and these days it's refreshing to see that on television. Plus, they both took one look at at a broken and grieving Riggs, and instantly welcomed him into their family as one of their own. Goals. All the goals.
Juliette and Avery - Nashville
Juliette and Avery, Nashville. Their relationship has been built in such an honest, real way. They slowly and tentatively became friends even though he knew she was a bitch and she didn’t trust anyone. He stood by her through a sex scandal with a married man, infidelity, a surprise pregnancy, and now, postpartum depression. She’s hard to love and yet, he never gives up on her. I’ll also never forget their first encounter wayyy back in the Pilot. Avery was walking with his then girlfriend, Scarlett, and he bumps into Juliet and apologizes to which she awesomely replies, “We should do it again sometime, only slower.” Javery forever.