🚨 Warning: There are MASSIVE spoilers ahead! We asked the BuzzFeed Community which TV LGBTQ+ couples were so perfect, they should've ended up together. Here's what they said: These submissions only reflect the plotlines up to June 2022, since some of these shows are still airing. So, we still have SOME hope!
"As Phoebe Waller-Bridge said, 'Every moment in this show exists so that these two women can end up alone in a room together.' Every scene they have together is magnetic. Even when they're in different places, you feel the pull and presence of the other."
districtrue AMC 2. Eric Effiong and Adam Groff from Sex Education
"I've actually really liked Eric and Adam from
Sex Education — Adam was a monster in the first season, but when we got to see what was going on behind closed doors, his dad was the actual monster. Eric's such a confident, beautiful angel baby, and I feel like the show handled the slow transition to them becoming a couple really well."
taylora4e62a0521 Netflix 4. Darryl Whitefeather and White Josh from Crazy Ex-Girlfriend The CW 5. Victor Salazar and Rahim from Love, Victor Hulu 6. Max Baker and Sophie Sanchez from Ginny & Georgia Netflix 7. Castiel and Dean on Supernatural
"The show teased it for years and then seemed to ditch the idea during the last episode. It was so upsetting."
CosmicPrincess The CW 8. Cheryl Blossom and Toni Topaz from Riverdale
"Cheryl has had such a hard life and deserved someone so great, and Toni was that person. She could tolerate and love Cheryl even when she was sad/mad/vengeful. They were perfect together."
bessmarvin The CW 9. Josie Saltzman and Penelope Park from Legacies The CW 10. Lexa and Clarke Griffin on The 100
"Don’t get me started on
Clarke and Lexa. They had such amazing chemistry, and it was so refreshing to see positive LGBTQ couple representation — it was on the air around 2016, so it was when we def needed more. It was for sure the best ship of the whole show."
Els The CW
"Ander and Omar have some of the best chemistry I've ever seen! They are also one of the most consistent couples and have been together for all four seasons. They've definitely had their fair share of issues, but in a show that switches couples up every season, the fact that they're still going strong says something."
sisimuffin03 Netflix 12. Arizona Robbins and Callie Torres on Grey's Anatomy
"They were the happiest couple on the show, but after the plane crash, everything fell apart."
jordin from texas ABC 13. Viktor Hargreeves and Sissy Cooper from The Umbrella Academy
"They were a secret couple, but you can't blame them, seeing as Sissy was married to a man, and it was the '60s. Their love was beautiful and pure. Unfortunately, they had a lot riding against them, not the least of which was Viktor's habit of bringing about the end of the world."
shauna_malwae-tweep Netflix 14. Emily Fields and Maya St. Germain on Pretty Little Liars
"They were soulmates and much less problematic than Emily and Alison or Emily and Paige. I loved them together."
hadasbatetush Freeform 15. Shane McCutcheon and Carmen de la Pica Morales from The L Word
"They were a perfect couple, and my heart broke when they split. Jenny was the worst."
k4aa18d090 Showtime 16. Jude Jacob and Connor Stevens from The Fosters and Good Trouble Freeform 17. Willow Rosenberg and Tara Maclay on Buffy the Vampire Slayer
"Yes, they had some issues to work through, just like every other couple on that show, but their beautiful relationship was torn apart because of Tara’s death. It still makes me cry."
TheNerdyOddArtist The WB 18. Will Graham and Hannibal Lecter on Hannibal
"Hugh Dancy and Mads Mikkelsen had incredible chemistry in
Hannibal. I do believe that if the show hadn’t been canceled, they would’ve ended up together. The bond between the two is undeniable."
functional_fangirl NBC 19. Finally, Rosa Diaz and Alicia from Brooklyn Nine-Nine
"It was hilarious to see Rosa tongue-tied around someone she liked (Alicia getting out of the car was a true *chef’s kiss* moment). They were so cute and goofy together — what a missed opportunity!!"
Kayla Yandoli NBC Note: Not all examples are user submissions. Looking for more ways to get involved? Check out all of BuzzFeed's posts celebrating Pride 2022. Kevin Valente / BuzzFeed My Fake Boyfriend, a new LGBTQ+ rom com from BuzzFeed Studios starring Keiynan Lonsdale, Dylan Sprouse, and Sarah Hyland, is out June 17 in the US — just in time for Pride! Sign up for Prime Video now so you're ready to watch.
Not in the US? My Fake Boyfriend is coming to Prime Video in the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, LATAM, and Brazil on June 10, and all other territories on June 24.