The people of Ranker have looked throughout all of TV history and have voted on the top LGBTQ couple. The voters made the choices in light of on-screen chemistry and the portrayal of these relationships.
5. Marceline And Princess Bubblegum (Adventure Time)
Adventure Time is an animated series that deserves a film, to a great extent because of the relationship between Marceline and Princess Bubblegum. At the point when they first shared the screen together at the beginning of the series, they didn’t like each other so much. It wasn’t uncovered until later the two had a relationship together that would ultimately be seen on the show.
4. Ray And Kevin (Brooklyn Nine-Nine)
Ray Holt is the commanding officer of the 99th police area that leads over detective Jake Peralta and the remainder of the department in Brooklyn Nine. While Captain Holt’s sexuality is laid out in Brooklyn Nine, it’s never played for giggles or considered the main aspect of Holt’s character – all things considered, it’s simply one more part of what his identity is.
3. David And Patrick (Schitt’s Creek)
In a sitcom about a rich couple that loses everything, their son David winds up acquiring everything by finding love through Patrick. As David proceeded to begin a business in Schitt’s Creek, he had Patrick to help him with what might be the beginning of many “firsts” for the couple.
2. TK And Carlos (9-1-1: Lone Stars)
TK and Carlos’ relationship started off as just a hookup however the two couldn’t deny their chemistry. TK moved to Texas to restart his life, he at last settled down, became a paramedic, and began a relationship with Officer Carlos.
1. Ian And Mickey (Shameless)
“Gallavich” may have begun as a toxic relationship in Shameless, however, it would ultimately grow into one reminiscent of a stereotypical old wedded couple. Mickey and Ian, two of the best characters in Shameless, both grew up in dysfunctional families where they needed to break the rules from time to time to do what it takes to survive on the streets.