Jim and Pam - The Office
The Office may have ended years ago, but Jim and Pam are still one of the world's favorite couples. Although they did end up together, they had it rough in the final season and even considered getting divorced. After the show continuously pushed their love and soulmate status, it felt like an unnecessary obstacle.
Beckett and Castle - Castle
Instead of a lavish wedding with family and friends, viewers got a patched together, green-screened few minutes at the end of an episode. The final season forced fans to watch the couple break up and lie for a convoluted conspiracy. Castle and Beckett's 30-second-long happy ending was a lame way to end a series that was supposed to be a fun love story.
Chuck and Sarah - Chuck
After nearly five seasons of buildup, Sarah lost all of her memories of Chuck. The series finale provided some closure by implying that Sarah would fall in love with Chuck all over again, but it still didn't sit right as an ending.
Emily and Alison - Pretty Little Liars
Emily and Alison did end up together at the end of Pretty Little Liars, but the same can't be said about the show's spinoff. Since Emily wasn't on the new series, divorce was used to explain her absence. The Perfectionists is a fun addition to the world, but we'd rather have our Emison endgame.
Belle and Rumpelstiltskin - Once Upon a Time
Belle and Rumple's ending was almost as complicated as their relationship. The couple spent their last days secluded in another realm, and Rumple decided to die so they could be together. They did find each other in the afterlife, but a lot of fans were upset with how it was handled.
Luke and Lorelai - Gilmore Girls
When Gilmore Girls ended, Luke and Lorelai got a last-minute reconciliation. The revival gave fans a wedding, but it didn't provide a resolution to all of their previous issues. There's no way their problems just disappeared, and it never should have taken them so long to get married in the first place.