Aww, the good ole rollercoaster of love, or at least that’s the way TV chooses to portray it. Sometimes the chemistry between the actors is off the charts, leaving fans devastated when the characters inevitably break up for effect. Here are 15 TV couples that did just that and NEED to get back together, or else I might have a fit and lose faith in love.
Some of these might be unpopular opinions, in which case please leave your comments down below!
1. Davia and Denis (Good Trouble)
So technically, Davia and Dennis haven’t ever been exclusive, but their chemistry is off the charts. So, this is more of a “please, just get together” plea. Which, from the Season 4 finale, I feel safe putting all of my eggs into their basket.
Davia’s been there for Dennis through some of his hardest moments, and Dennis has helped Davia learn self-love. They compliment each other so well and don’t even get me started on their duet capabilities!
2. Ava and Ruby (Hacks)
It’s clear both Ruby and Ava have residual feelings for each other. Their last scene together was so passionate and filled with heavy emotions and desire. If they don’t end up together in Season 2, it will be a devastating loss. Unlike most of the relationships on this list, Ruby and Ava have no third-party competition, so it wouldn’t be too hard for them to get back together.
Even Hannah Einbinder (Ava) wants them to be endgame. Just check out her Instagram post of a behind-the-scenes photo of her and Lorenza Izzo, with the caption “Ruby + Ava ∞.”
3. Joe and Jenny (Ordinary Joe)
At least in two of the three storylines, they are no longer a couple. But, it’s clear that they work so well together, they were best friends for a reason. Although their marriage may be falling apart in the third storyline, the love is still there, and they’re putting in the effort to heal and patch things up. Plus, the casual hand touches aren’t so casual, and the tension totally remains.
The only thing hindering this reunion is their marriages to other people, but hey, the sanctity of marriage has been broken before…
4. Katherine and Eddie (A Million Little Things)
These two have been through the wringer, aka Eddie’s been a terrible husband to Katherine. While it doesn’t look like there’s going to be reconciliation any time soon, A Million Little Things could surprise us. Katherine’s forgiven Eddie so many times. It’s hard to keep count.
Eddie’s not a terrible guy, he’s just made some bad choices, and his current situation has forced him to appreciate his life and who’s in it. So I sense a redemption period for him coming up, in which case maybe he can finally be the man Katherine needs.
5. Ji-Yoon and Bill (The Chair)
From Episode 1, it was obvious there was something romantic between Ji-Yoon and Dobbs. They’re at an age where they know what kind of person they want and need, and the other seems to be that exact person.
Dobbs’ relationship with Ji-Yoon’s daughter is unbearably precious, and his affection and respect for Ji-Yoon cannot be beaten. There’s really nothing stopping these two from getting together, so we’re hoping they find the courage to combine their lives.
6. Toni and Shelby (The Wilds)
Toni and Shelby’s relationship status is mildly ambiguous at the moment. During their time stranded, they discovered their feelings for one another.
After realizing they were part of an experiment, the group is separated and it’s a mystery who are still friends and who are enemies. Once, Season 2 reveals the truth, we’re hoping Tony and Shelby are still on track to moving beyond the boundary of friends.
7. Victor and Benji (Love, Victor)
Victor and Benji had no significant relationship issues. The writers really messed this one up, just so they could include a love triangle. I’m going to predict that Victor ran to Rahim’s house at the end of Season 2.
Hopefully, Benji and Victor can find a place of trust and understanding once again. They’ve hit so many relationship milestones together that it would feel too easy to just give up.
8. Kevin and Sophie (This Is Us)
Maybe I’m a sucker for first loves, but the way Kevin and Sophie loved each other was so pure. Yes, Sophie and Kevin’s relationship has had many ups and downs and seemed to have run its course, but knowing This Is Us, there’s still hope.
And I want them to cash in on this hope. With Kevin’s marriage to Madison coming to an end, it leaves Kevin single and ready to mingle. Especially with a woman who has always stolen his heart.
9. Tully and Max (Firefly Lane)
Given Tully’s history with men, it’s no wonder she’s been single for most of her life. That is until Max walked into her life. She’s not used to genuinely kind men who would love her for her and not her fame.
It doesn’t help that Max is quite a bit younger than Tully. But it was her fear of commitment that took over, causing her to break up with him. Though, I think it’s safe to say that they will get back together eventually.
10. Jazz and Doug (grown-ish)
Jazz and Doug’s breakup was initially hard, and there were moments it seemed like they were going to get back together. But, at this point, Doug’s onto his new relationship with Kiela, and Jazz is figuring things out with Dez.
However, the Season 4 midseason finale gave us an iffy moment for Jazz where it looked like she was retreating to what was familiar. So, maybe there’s hope that Jazz and Doug will finally rekindle their relationship now that she’s no longer training for the Olympics.
11. Judy and Michelle (Dead to Me)
Judy’s quite possibly the sweetest character ever, and all she deserves is happiness. Despite her obsession with her ex-husband, she finds a seamless and unspoken connection with Michelle.
During their breakup, it was clear they both didn’t want it and only went through with it because they felt it was the right thing to do. Heck, with the right thing, let them be together and let Judy continue exploring her sexuality.
12. Kate and Toby (This Is Us)
The split between Toby and Kate was so unexpected. I almost don’t believe it. Sure, they had their rough patches in their relationship. All the good ones do. But they’re too perfect for each other, and no way do Kate and Phillip make any sense.
Make it make sense, and bring back Toby and Kate! There’s no need for any big and ridiculous revealings. Kevin’s already up in the air with his relationships.
13. Kate and Jamie (Cruel Summer)
Is the only reason Kate and Jamie belong together because there’s nobody else better for them? Maybe. Come on, Kate and Mallory are a terrible idea, and I’d like to argue that the writers did it for optics. And Jamie and Jeanette are not it.
This is not a must, but also they need to be saved from every other bad relationship combination.
14. Eric and Adam (Sex Education)
Adam and Eric had an extremely rough start, but they were finally in a good place. Their relationship provided Adam a safe space to experiment and find himself, and this is why they need to repair things.
Eric’s ambivalence toward Adam, because he might not be the perfect person, is understandable, but he sees a side of Adam that nobody else does. Let that speak to their relationship. Also, Adam’s making progress with his coming out process, and Eric needs to respect that.
15. Molly and Andrew (Insecure)
I loved that Molly and Andrew were in a relationship that broke boundaries. There aren’t many POC couples on TV, and it allowed Molly to open her mind to dating someone who wasn’t Black.
It was surprising to see Molly fight so hard for their relationship, and their breakup acted as a turning point for her character. The odds don’t look good for these two because Insecure is about reality, but one can dream, right?
What Happened to Levi on ‘La Brea’?
La Brea Season 2 returned from its midseason hiatus on Jan. 31, but fans were quick to point out that one major character was missing from the double-dose of episodes: Levi Delgado (played by Nicholas Gonzalez).
Immediately after the episode aired, questions began to pour in with fans asking what happened to Levi and if we’ll see him again.
The answer—maybe….possibly. After all, anything is possible on La Brea, right?
As for what happened to Levi, well, if you’ll recall during the La Brea fall finale, Levi and Eve (Natalie Rea) parted ways in 1988. Eve’s heart has been torn between Levi and her estranged husband, Gavin (Eoin Macken) for quite some time, especially after it was revealed that Gavin’s visions—the one that led to their split and pushed her into Levi’s arms—were real all along. This caused a lot of guilt for Eve, and that guilt eventually played into her decision to leave Levi behind and follow her family back to 10K B.C.
In the final moments spent in 1988, Gavin’s mother informed him that they had to go back to 10K B.C. to upload a virus that would shut down the portal that was causing catastrophes like the sinkholes, including the one set to open in Los Angeles in just a few days.
Of course, if they damaged the time machine, they would never be able to leave 10K B.C. again, which meant everyone had a pretty tough choice to make. Except for Eve, who didn’t really have a choice. Choosing to stay behind with Levi meant that she would be turning her back on her family and potentially never seeing them again. All her kids have ever wanted was the family back together, so her decision was made with them in mind. While I’m sure on some level, she also considered her relationship with Gavin, she ultimately made the jump back to keep her family intact.
And that meant leaving behind Levi, who decided he was going to stay in the ’80s and make a life for himself. If you think about it, it was the only decision that made sense for him considering there was a slim chance of living a decent life in 10K B.C. And it wouldn’t be wise to go back down there and risk your life with a woman who was one foot into the relationship and one foot out. It would be a huge sacrifice to make for Eve without any guarantee that they’d end up together.
Both Levi and Eve seemed in agreement that their romance was over and they parted ways graciously.
At the time of the finale, fans were under the impression that Gavin, Eve, and co. were going to destroy the time machine, which meant destroying any chance of ever seeing Levi again. This was a permanent goodbye in their eyes.
However, once they got back down to 10K B.C., Gavin couldn’t go through with uploading the virus after seeing a vision of Eve dying. His father, James, convinced Gavin that he had a way to fix the portal so that they could use it without causing any more harm to the environment, which also meant that he had a chance at saving Eve from death in the prehistoric ages. Gavin’s love for her has always been very evident, so it’s not surprising that he chose this route.
But his decision also keeps the door open for Levi to return down the line in future episodes.
If there is still a portal to travel between time periods, Levi may not be out of the game just yet.
It’s unclear how or why he would come back to 10K B.C—maybe he’ll come back with more information about the sinkholes and portal, maybe he’ll return after feeling guilty for leaving his friends (Gavin included) behind, or maybe he’ll miss Eve so much that he takes the leap at the first chance he gets.
It’s even possible that Eve finds a way to communicate with him while he’s in 1988, which would keep him around but not in the same time period. Talk about a long-distance relationship.
The point is, I wouldn’t count Levi out just yet. The actor was a huge draw for the show, and while not everyone loved his romance with Eve or the love triangle, I don’t think they’d write him off so quickly, especially without giving Eve and Levi proper closure. If it really is over, Eve needs to be sure of her decision, and again, she only chose to return to 10K B.C. for her family.
There seems to be a hint about Levi’s return with the upcoming episode, set to air on Tuesday, Feb. 14, called “The Return.” The title seemingly alludes to Levi’s return, but the synopsis makes me think that it’s a surefire guarantee.
6 Sexy Shows to Watch for Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day can be celebrated in all sorts of different ways.
Some people bake cookies, others go out for a romantic date, while some do a fun activity with their significant other.
However, this is the first Valentine’s Day under COVID-19 restrictions, which means that you likely don’t have as many fun and romance-filled options as in years prior.
That’s where TV comes in! Regardless if you’re spending February 14 with a significant other or your besties, these are some of the sexiest and steamiest shows to watch on the day that’s all about celebrating L-O-V-E (for friends, family, significant others, and, most importantly, yourself!)
Romance, scandal, drama… Bridgerton has it all! Dubbed the Regency-era Gossip Girl, Netflix’s smash hit and most-watched series is a brilliant and entertaining period piece with enough sex scenes to make you blush. And Regé-Jean Page isn’t bad on the eyes.
Emily in Paris
Emily in Paris, which was just surprisingly nominated for a Golden Globe, hails from Sex and the City creator Darren Star. It’s an airy flick about a millennial named Emily who travels to Paris for a dream job and becomes enamored with the City of Love and the men that want to show her all that it has to offer.
Falling in love requires you to be open, honest, and vulnerable. The American rom-com anthology web series, based on a weekly column published by the New York Times, explores themes of love (romantic, platonic, friendly) with a star-studded cast. The 30-minute episodes are standalone and easily digestible, which makes them the perfect viewing on a night like Valentine’s Day.
What happens when Liza, a 40-year-old single mom, decides to be 26-years old in order to re-enter the working world and falls in love with not one but two very different men? An exciting journey through the world of publishing and heartbreak. As Liza tries to find herself, she does everything in her power to hide her true self from those she’s become most intimate with. It’s another whip-smart Darren Star creation!
Two sisters, Beth and Annie, along with best friend Ruby find themselves embroiled in a dangerous life of crime after robbing a grocery store. Beth, specifically, falls victim to a crime of passion with one sexy “gang friend” that pulls her further and further into his world.
If Gossip Girl and Pretty Little Liars had a baby, it would be this Spanish-language drama. A private school becomes the scene of a murder after a clash between the rich and poor students. There’s plenty of sexual tension and unexpected turns as detectives try to narrow down the list of suspects.
** Article originally published in February 2021**
Is Bruce Greenwood Leaving ‘The Resident’?
After The Resident Season 6 Episode 9, many fans have been wondering if Bruce Greenwood, who plays Dr. Randolph Bell, is exiting the FOX medical drama.
While there has been no official word about a potential exit, it’s a fair question to ask considering the nature of his most recent storyline.
In the latest episode—which aired on November 29—Bell, who found himself as the target of Governor Betz’s smear campaign, finally admitted to himself, and to his wife, Dr. Kitt Voss, that his MS is progressing.
After Bell exposed Betz’s corruption while trying to secure funding for Chastain, Betz decided that the only way to teach him a lesson and make an example out of him was through revenge. Betz ordered a hit piece on Bell that painted him as a dangerous doctor to Chastain, which, in turn, tainted the hospital’s image.
Of course, while some parts of it were true at one point in Bell’s career, it was largely exaggerated and sensationalized to paint him in a bad light, and it didn’t take into account all the work Bell has done to become a better man and doctor.
The stress of all the negative press caused Bell’s MS to flare up, triggering a variety of symptoms like a high-pitched ringing in his ears, seeing double, and dizziness, which made him realize that he was pushing off the inevitable.
This time around, instead of operating when he shouldn’t, he acknowledged that he no longer felt confident in his abilities, nor did he trust himself to perform any future surgeries. When he told Kit that he needed to go back to the clinical trial, it was a shock, but ultimately, she was supportive because she knew that’s what he needed.
But what now? How will The Resident keep incorporating Bell’s character into the storyline? Will we just see him communicating with Kit from the trial in the same way we did earlier this season? Or will he slowly get phased out and written off?
The trial could prove to be successful again, and all of Bell’s worries could have been for nothing. After he prioritizes his health and the whole thing with Betz blows over, it’s possible we could see Bell return to surgery for many more years—back to his previous glory.
Losing Greenwood would be a huge blow to the series, especially since he’s been part of the series since its inception, however, it remains unclear which direction The Resident will go with this storyline.
Hopefully, we’ll find out in the upcoming season 6 finale, which is set to air on December 6, but as of right now, there’s no indication that Greenwood is exiting the drama.
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