Some things are simply more pleasurable with others, and there are so many television series right now that are better because of how two characters interact. Because of how they bicker, flirt, or fight together, these legendary duos make every episode twice as enjoyable or exciting. Maybe these contemporary television characters have a bromance like Steve and Danno from Hawaii Five-0 or a plain old romance-romance (however stormy) like Betty and Jughead from Riverdale. There’s even a mix of the two: Legends of Tomorrow’s John Constantine and Sara Lance are demon-fighting allies first and lovers only when it’s absolutely necessary. There’s magic when two television characters have an unmistakable connection, whether they’re soulmates, siblings, or passionate competitors, from sci-fi series to comedy. The jokes are funnier, the drama is deeper, and the way the duo grows together throughout the seasons is so compelling that you wish you had friends like them. What contemporary television program combo is the most dynamic and produces the finest television today? If we missed a popular contemporary TV duo, please let us know so that we may add them to the list!
15. Sam and Dean Winchester of Supernatural-The CW:
Sam and Dean Winchester are the primary characters in Supernatural. They are devoted to one another, despite the fact that there are many moments of tension during the series. Their romance evolved into one of the show’s primary narrative threads.
14. Jake & Charles from Brooklyn Nine-Nine-fox:
Jake Peralta and Charles Boyle work as detectives in Brooklyn’s 99th Precinct. They are close friends, and Charles has even asked Jake to be his best man at his wedding.
13. SpongeBob & Patrick From SpongeBob SquarePants–Nickelodon:
Patrick and SpongeBob have been great buddies since they were born. SpongeBob is one of the few people that does not publicly attack Patrick for his lack of intelligence, and instead believes Patrick is wiser than himself, frequently believing him to provide solid counsel.
12. Elenor & Chidi from “The Good Place” (NBC):
Eleanor and Chidi were presented as soulmates at first as a means to play with them. Surprisingly, that turned out to be true. They appear to be total opposites who frequently get on each other’s nerves at first, yet real romantic love develops with time.
11. Podrick & Brienne From Game of Thrones – HBO:
Podrick Payne was a devoted fan and one of the show’s most memorable side characters. He was usually by Tyrion’s side, and he was the one who stood up for him during the Battle of Blackwater. He quickly irritated Brienne when he was assigned to work alongside her. Brienne didn’t want to be pampered or have a squire. She eventually came to realize that this was what Podrick was renowned for. She hired him as a squire and began training him to battle. They made for some of the most amusing sequences in the series when they worked together.
10. Leroy Jethro Gibbs & Dr. Donald “Ducky” Mallard from NCIS – CBS:
Even though there is no sexual engagement, Gibbs and Ducky’s relationship is definitely one of longtime, incredibly close friends. Their bond dates back many years, maybe to Gibbs’ time in the Marine Corps.
9. Barry & Cisco from The Flash – The CW:
At its best, the bromance Barry and Cisco have been inseparable since season one, and despite disagreements and disagreements, their bond is still going strong after six seasons. They both have a passion for science, comic books, and television shows, and they are constantly laughing and having a wonderful time. Cisco was even the best man at Barry’s wedding, and Barry was there for Cisco when he first discovered his talents and was terrified of using them. Overall, the two create a fantastic dynamic that we all hope we can have.
8. Sheldon & Amy From The Big Bang Theory – CBS:
Sheldon and Amy meet for the first time in the season three finale, after Raj and Howard make a dating profile for Sheldon as a prank. However, when they wind up going on a date with Amy, they realize they may have discovered the ideal match!
7. Sherlock Holmes & Dr. Watson From Sherlock, BBC:
For as long as they have been in print, Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson have been regarded as the ultimate collaborators. Their bond is much deeper than meets the eye; they are more than just business partners or friends.
6. Michael Scott & Dwight Shrute From The Office, NBC:
Michael and Dwight’s bond is one of the most intriguing in the program. While they appear to care about one another by the conclusion of the series, most of their relationship involves exploiting one another or going over each other’s backs.
5. Steve McGarrett & Danny “Danno” Williams from Hawaii Five-0 – CBS:
Commander Steve McGarrett and Detective Danny “Danno” Williams are the epitome of a modern-day television bromance! Seriously, who else on this list has gone to a couples’ retreat to work on their relationship problems?
4. David & Alexis Schitt’s from Creek – Pop:
Schitt’s Creek is one of the most popular series on television today for a variety of reasons. The way the characters grow on people, the experiences of a small-town environment, and the way all the characters get to know one another and become a vital part of each other’s lives are all rather uplifting.
3. Oliver & Diggle from Arrow – The CW:
Diggle and Oliver’s bond since season one supplied the essential intrigue to keep the story interesting throughout. Throughout the series, their relationship did not come to a halt, and the two were continuously seen as one another’s moral compass.
2. Matt & Jake From Corporate – Comedy Central:
Jake and Matt’s relationship is a real romance. One episode, in fact, leaps forward to the future and depicts them getting old together. As old men, they share a bed and are finally interred in side-by-side cemetery sites. There are just so many interpretations of that.
1. Chandler Bing & Joey Tribbiani from Friends, NBC:
Joey and Chandler have enjoyed the best of all friendships from the beginning of Friends, even when Chandler kissed Kathy and Joey got inside the entertainment center, causing them to be stolen. Thus, the answer is no. Joey and Chandler will always be “best pals.”
So there you have it: the top 10+ current TV duos, ranked. So which among these is your favorite TV duo? Do let us know in the comments down below. Till then, we’ll see you lads in the next one, and keep on reading Animated Times, your one-stop destination for learning more about the entertainment industry, new movies, TV series, celebrity gossip, and so much more.