26 LGBTQ TV Couples I Personally Believe Should Win An Award For "Best Onscreen Chemistry"

    "Eve and Villanelle's tension on Killing Eve is palpable."

    We asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us which LGBTQ TV couples had the best onscreen chemistry of all time. Here are the brilliant results.

    Major spoilers ahead!!! 🚨

    1. Dan Levy and Noah Reid as David and Patrick on Schitt's Creek

    Patrick proposing to David on their mountain hike

    2. Matthew Daddario and Harry Shum Jr. as Alec and Magnus on Shadowhunters

    Magnus and Alec expressing their love for one another

    3. Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh as Villanelle and Eve on Killing Eve

    Villanelle smelling Eve's neck while holding a knife to her chest

    4. Jamie Clayton and Freema Agyeman as Nomi and Amanita on Sense8

    Amanita and Nomi proposing to each other at the same time

    5. Marc Evan Jackson and Andre Braugher as Kevin and Captain Holt on Brooklyn Nine-Nine

    Kevin telling a nerdy joke and Captain Holt cracking up at it

    6. Clea DuVall and Abbi Jacobson as Leslie and Abbi on Broad City

    Abbi and Leslie watching TV while holding hands

    7. Arón Piper and Omar Ayuso as Ander and Omar on Elite

    Omar comforting Ander by telling him: "You're a human being. We fuck up all the time"

    8. Gale Harold and Randy Harrison as Brian and Justin on Queer as Folk (US)

    Justin kissing Brian on the couch while they're in their robes

    9. Sarah Paulson and Cynthia Nixon as Mildred and Gwendolyn on Ratched

    Mildred looking at Gwendolyn with love outside on a balcony

    10. Amelia Eve and Victoria Pedretti as Jamie and Dani on The Haunting of Bly Manor

    Jamie comforting Dani outside, telling her "She's doing great"

    11. Angel Bismark Curiel and Indya Moore as Papi and Angel on Pose

    Angel and Papi proposing to each other at the same exact time at the ballroom

    12. Eliza Taylor and Alycia Debnam-Carey as Clarke and Lexa on The 100

    Clarke and Lexa kissing

    13. Hale Appleman and Jason Ralph as Eliot and Quentin on The Magicians

    Eliot returning and trying to convince Quentin that it's him

    14. Jack Dylan Grazer and Jordan Kristine Seamón as Fraser and Harper on We Are Who We Are

    Fraser and Harper embracing each other on the balcony

    15. Sheridan Pierce and Isabella Gomez as Syd and Elena on One Day at a Time

    Elena presenting Syd with a non-binary heart card in her bedroom

    16. Katherine Moennig and Sarah Shahi as Shane and Carmen on The L Word

    Shane and Cameron kissing in the middle of eating at a restaurant

    17. Michelangelo Fortuzzi and Lukas von Horbatschewsky as Matteo and David on Druck

    Matteo and David looking at each other with deep love and admiration

    18. Shay Mitchell and Bianca Lawson as Emily and Maya on Pretty Little Liars

    Emily and Maya taking photo booth pictures together, and ultimately kissing in the last one

    19. Krystal Joy Brown and Noelle Stevenson as Netossa and Spinnerella on She-Ra and the Princesses of Power

    20. Michael Cimino and George Sear as Victor and Benji on Love, Victor

    Benji teaching Victor how to make coffee

    21. Alyson Hannigan and Amber Benson as Willow and Tara on Buffy the Vampire Slayer

    Tara telling Willow she's "something special"

    22. Dominique Provost-Chalkley and Katherine Barrell as Waverly and Nicole on Wynonna Earp

    Waverly and Nicole kissing while expressing their love for each other on the staircase

    23. Lee Tergesen and Christopher Meloni as Tobias and Chris on Oz

    Chris teaching Tobias how to wrestle

    24. Brigette Lundy-Paine and Fivel Stewart as Casey and Izzie on Atypical

    Casey and Izzie telling each other they're each their favorite person

    25. Tituss Burgess and Mike Carlsen as Titus and Mikey on Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

    Titus and Mikey recreating Beyoncé's "All Night" music video

    26. And Noel Fisher and Cameron Monaghan as Mickey and Ian on Shameless

    Ian and Mickey taking a bath together, and Mickey telling him in a joking manner: "This is gay -- I don't think I'm *this* gay. Nope, not this gay"

    Note: Some submissions have been edited for length and/or clarity.