Whether differences in opinion about certain couples, deaths, or story arcs, there's always a significant buzz around differing opinions about your favorite shows, usually on either Reddit or Twitter.
They don't necessarly have to be in disagreement with the writers or producers because fanbases are strong.
23 'Ships Almost Everyone Can Agree On
We've compiled a list of some unpopuar opinions surrounding popular shows -- and we just happen to agree with them. Some might make you think, while others might cause some immediate conflict.
Take it to the comments; we're ready for a heated discussion about all the valid (and invalid) points!
How I Met Your Mother - Ted and Robin Forever
Yes, the show is called How I Met Your Mother, but it was more of the journey rather than the destination. Maybe Cristin Milioti deserved a better ending and a longer plotline, but Robin Scherbatsky was always going to be Ted's "one that got away." So, Ted and Robin forever!
Grey's Anatomy - Deaths were for the Better
Although the deaths of McDreamy, McSteamy, Lexi, and of course George were deeply emotional, they were important for the growth of Meredith, Alex, and the show. Some of them may have come unexpectedly, but we always enjoy the unpredictable.
Pretty Little Liars - Emily and Paige Should've Ended Up Together
Perhaps more of a polarizing opinion than just an unpopular one, Emily and Paige from Pretty Little Liars were meant to be together. Sure, they may have had a rocky relationship before they were together, but we like to argue that Emily and Allison had an unhealthy relationship through and through.
Big Little Lies - Someone Else Should've Killed Perry
Bonnie's part in Perry's death on Big Little Lies seemed unnecessary. It would have been more logical to come from Celeste, Madeleine, or Jane. Bonnie really had no connection to Perry, and it would've added so much more drama if one of the others had taken down Perry. While her actions eventually made sense, it doesn't mean we have to like it.
The Fosters - Callie and Brandon's Relationship Wasn't Questionable
This one is slightly more controversial, and their relationship was iffier, but Callie and Brandon weren't blood, and they had a genuine connection and attraction to each other. They were cute, but as star-crossed lovers, they learned the lesson that sometimes love isn't meant to be.
Younger - The Publishing Feud is a Waste of Time
The feud between Millennial and Mercury on Younger was a waste of time and only fulfilled the necessity of conflict somewhere in the storyline.