Some couples are just not meant to be.
Whether they're lacking chemistry, a good story, or are just plain boring, it's too easy for TV relationships to be poorly written.
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Honestly, can these couples just split already and move on to bigger and better things?
We've created a slideshow below of 13 of the worst relationships currently on television.
Beth and Dean - Good Girls
First Dean cheated on Beth, and then he lied to her about having cancer, and then Beth cheated on Dean. Need we say more?
Fred and Serena - The Handmaid's Tale
We really don't understand what this relationship is or where it's at, but Fred and Serena are still married and it's pretty horrific. Everything about both of these characters is horrible, and putting them together just makes them worse.
Justin and Jessica - 13 Reasons Why
Justin literally sat outside Jessica's bedroom and waited while his best friend sexually assaulted her. No matter how sorry he is, a romantic relationship between the two of them will never be okay again.
Andy and Ryan - Station 19
Although their relationship seems to be unraveling already, we're looking forward to them officially calling it quits.
Bellamy and Echo - The 100
"We found each other in a cage." Yes, and then he sacrificed himself for you after you spit on him, and you blew up his girlfriend and tried to kill both him and his sister. Sorry, Echo. But no time jump could make this relationship okay.
Burnham and Tyler - Star Trek: Discovery
Don't even get us started on everything Tyler did and how crazy and messed up it was. But for some reason, Burnham is willing to look past it all.