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23 TV Couples That Made Our Hearts Flutter In 2018

Thanks for the love, 2018.

We recently asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to tell us which fictional TV couples made their hearts flutter in 2018. Here are some of the best responses.

1. Jake and Amy from Brooklyn Nine-Nine

FOX / Via fantasticandfemale.tumblr.com

"Peraltiago for sure. They’re the definition of opposites attract and they had chemistry in the pilot. They’re one of the few TV couples that never broke up and created a bunch of drama. I’m so happy they’re married, and I can’t wait to see what Season 6 brings them!" —giav41cc6e5b0

2. Cheryl and Toni from Riverdale

The CW

"Choni because they're ride or die lovers who have been through terrible situations and who bring out the best in each other. They deserve more screen time. Also, they're really adorable." —jocelynrkennebrew

3. Chidi and Eleanor from The Good Place

NBC

"[I love that] they complement each others attributes and that they find each other in every possible version of their lives." —sararonai

4. Adena and Kat from The Bold Type

Freeform

"While they had their ups and downs this season, I fell more in love with their relationship! Both Kat and Adena helped the other person discover more and more about themselves and it was so beautiful to watch." —noradominick

5. Randall and Beth from This Is Us

NBC

"I just want them to be my parents because they're so loving and supportive and Randall just adores Beth." —relley

6. Princess Bubblegum and Marceline from Adventure Time

Cartoon Network

"Princess bubblegum and Marceline finally getting together was freaking amazing." —jenayascott

7. Liza and Charles from Younger

TV Land

"After years of will they/won't they tension, Liza and Charles finally got together on Younger and the episode where they first hooked up was so perfect I had to pause it like 500 times to recover." —jenniferabidor

8. David and Patrick from Schitt's Creek

Pop

"They’re so extraordinary because the relationship is ordinary and real. Sweet, scared, funny, and heartwarming AF. Their respective 'Simply the Best' serenades were the two greatest moments in TV history, as far as I’m concerned."

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9. Ava and Sara from Legends of Tomorrow

The CW

"Lesbian relationship with real love and caring and none of that fetish BS that is normally made of LGBT+ relationships. Also no tragic torture/death of an LGBT+ character. Just love and caring between two kickass women." —k40f1482ae

10. Jo and Alex from Grey's Anatomy

Mitch Haaseth / ABC

"They’ve come SO far as a couple, finally getting married. They’re both super supportive of each other career-wise and are probably the healthiest relationship on the show right now. Their characters individually are great as well, and they don’t revolve around one another, which makes their relationship seem all the more wholesome." —heythereitsfatma

11. Arthie and Yolanda from GLOW

Netflix

"Arthie and Yolanda's relationship just makes my heart flutter! It was such a cute, slow build-up to so much love and respect between two people." —caseyrackham

12. Barry and Iris from The Flash

The CW

"It's just so beautiful to see a couple that are genuinely best friends and truly trust each other. Whenever Barry needs a boost while out fighting villains, he thinks about Iris, and it makes him stronger — she's his lightning rod! They always love and support each other no matter what, and it's just so heartwarming to watch." —yeahthatsoundsaboutright

13. Omar and Ander from Elite

Netflix

"They literally grow into who they are by being with each other. Does Omar only admit his feelings for Ander when he thinks he’s dead? Maybe. But, he wasn’t dead! And Ander sneaking around to make sure he could see Omar, even if only for 15 mins a day, is the sweetest, purest moment in that whole show.” —shylawatson

14. Bobby and Athena from 9-1-1

FOX

"I love the dynamic between them as a couple and also how much Bobby respects and loves Athena’s kids. They're a blended family dream." —ariellej4

15. Ruby and Sapphire from Steven Universe

Cartoon Network

"This was the first time an animated cartoon showed a same sex proposal and marriage on TV. And the fact that Ruby, the more masculine one, wore a dress and Sapphire, the more feminine, one wore a dress? PERFECTION. I don’t care if they are just cartoon characters, they are the best couple of 2018." —kaylynnnarwhal

16. Elliot and Diane from Big Mouth

Netflix

"Look, I know these two aren’t your typical parents — in fact, they create situations that are downright awkward AF on a regular basis — but I love, love, love the fact that they’re voiced by Fred Armisen and Maya Rudolph. Those two could literally take a dump on a plate and I’d watch it!" —crystalro

17. Claire and Jamie from Outlander

Starz

"The past four seasons have been rough for Jamie and Claire, but this year they're finally together and building a life in America. Honestly, from Jamie carrying Claire across the threshold in their new home to Jamie telling Claire his soul is hers forever, I can't help but swoon over them every week." —noradominick

18. Michonne and Rick from The Walking Dead

Jackson Lee Davis / AMC

"They're the ultimate Zombie Apocalypse OTP. Their chemistry is fire and they are one of the best examples of the enemies-to-friends-to-lovers trope." —missj86

19. Nicole and Waverly from Wynonna Earp

SyFy

"They’re the cutest and I love them to the ends of the earth." —graciem4b0187b39

20. June and Nick from The Handmaid's Tale

Hulu

"They are each others protectors. Their love is so strong that one always seems willing to let the other go if it means they will be safe." —emmanz

21. Magnus and Alec from Shadowhunters

Freeform / Via malecmatters.tumblr.com

"No fictional couple has ruined my life as much as Malec has." —jessis482c08fe9

22. Conrad and Nic from The Resident

FOX

"Their relationship is so natural and supportive without trying too hard. It’s really refreshing for a TV relationship." —stacib4b40396d3

23. FP and Alice from Riverdale

The CW

"When you get past the creepiness that Jughead and Betty's parents are also boning each other, you realize that FP and Alice are the real deal and much better than their offspring. (I said it.) That chemistry! The history! The...farm? Yeah, IDK either. But I'm here for 8000% more Falice this season, please." —jenniferabidor

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