Chidi and Eleanor on The Good Place: World Ending Admissions
As Eleanor begins to lose herself completely to Janet’s void, Chidi helps her remember who she is by listing all the things he’s learned to love about her. After admitting Eleanor helped him find his way back from deep despair, Chidi is able to bring her back to safety, and the two finally share a (“not sexy”) kiss. The performances by Carden, Harper, and Bell are what really sell this scene, and not only do we get a perfect Chidi/Eleanor kiss, we’re also blessed with a Janet/Eleanor, and Janet/Janet lip lock as well!
Ian and Mickey on Shameless: Cellmates or Soulmates?
After being forced to spend seasons apart, these two longtime lovers ended up together in prison. In his final moments of the series, Ian is surprised to find Mickey has manipulated the system into making the two cellmates, allowing them to reunite forever.
Bellamy and Clarke on The 100: 2,199 Radio Calls
This one might be cheating, but we couldn’t write about romantic moments without including Bellamy and Clarke. These two may not actually be canonically romantic yet, but fans have been watching their love story unfold for five seasons now. In the season five finale after the two have been estranged, Madi reveals Clarke made radio call attempts to Bellamy every single day they were apart (Six years!) in hopes he would come back to her. They may not be dating, but there’s no convincing us Bellarke aren’t soulmates.
Sara and Ava on Legends Of Tomorrow: Summer Camp Kisses
I think all of us dreamed of having the perfect summer camp kiss when we were younger, and that's exactly what Sara was able to give Ava in this episode of Legends of Tomorrow. As a clone who didn't get her own teenage experiences, this sweet smooch (made magical by golden orbs of light) gave her perfect moment of innocent summer romance.
Gary and Maggie on A Million Little Things: A Nauseating Love Story
Maggie and Gary met at a cancer support group and got to know each other in a public bathroom before embarking on a complicated and unexpected journey together. The way these two challenge one another through their different views on living (and dying) make this one of the best relationships on television, but it’s Gary admitting he’s fallen in love with Maggie—and her proceeding to vomit on him, that earns them a top spot on the list. The moment perfectly encapsulates both the hilarious and tragic relationship between the two. She wasn’t planning on fighting for life, and he wasn’t planning on loving someone other than himself, but sometimes you meet someone who changes you forever.
Oliver and Felicity on Arrow: Love Is Not Enough Of A Word
We've been blessed with plenty of romantic Olicity moments over the years, but it's Oliver's speech in "Elseworlds: Part Two," that demonstrates just how much Oliver and Felicity have grown as a couple. Silence can be poignant, but in Olicity's case, it's exactly what's caused so much friction in their relationship. Oliver pouring his heart out and proclaiming Felicity as his one and only true love reinstates these two as undeniable endgame material.