'Schitt's Creek': David & Patrick
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Fans may have come for the laughs, but it was the romance between David (Dan Levy) and Patrick (Noah Reid) that served as the show's beating heart.
The pair met in season 3, at first becoming business partners, and eventually getting married.
'Glee': Santana & Brittany
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Santana (Naya Rivera) and Brittany (Heather Morris) started out as friends with benefits, but eventually got together for real, giving "Glee" its most charming romance.
Despite splitting up after graduating from high school, the couple eventually got back together on the show and tied the knot.
'Modern Family': Mitch & Cam
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In "Modern Family", Mitch (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and Cam (Eric Stonestreet) gave sitcom fans a look at daily life for a gay couple, with plenty of heartwarming moments, and even more laughs.
In the season 5 finale, the couple finally got to say "I do."
'The Confessions Of Frannie Langton': Frannie & Marguerite
In the period drama "The Confessions of Frannie Langton", based on the book by Sara Collins, Frannie Langton is accused of murdering her former employer George Benham and his wife Marguerite, who just happens to have been Frannie's lover.
'Dickinson': Emily & Susan
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Based on the life of poet Emily Dickinson, the show "Dickinson" brought to life the love story between Emily (Hailee Steinfeld) and Sue Gilbert (Ella Hunt), depicting a tender relationship made complicated by their 19th century social mores.
'Buffy The Vampire Slayer': Willow & Tara
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When Willow (Alyson Hannigan) met Tara (Amber Benson) in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", her whole world changed, and fans got one of the most beautiful LGBT romances in TV history.
'The Long Call': Matthew & Simon
In "The Long Call", based on the novel by Ann Cleeves, Detective Inspector Matthew Venn returns to his hometown to investigate a murder case and mourn his father, accompanied by his loving husband Simon Walden.
'Grace And Frankie': Sol & Robert
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The romance between Sol (Sam Waterston) and Robert (Martin Sheen) set the stage for "Grace and Frankie", when they revealed their love, leaving their wives to sort out their new reality.
'Black Mirror': Kelly & Yorkie
In "San Junipero", the acclaimed season 3 episode of sci-fi anthology "Black Mirror", Yorkie (Mackenzie Davis) meets the fun and outgoing Kelly (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) at a nightclub in 1987, and then jumps through time over and over to find her again, leading to one of the most moving twists in TV history.
'Tipping The Velvet': Nan & Kitty
The three-part miniseries "Tipping the Velvet", based on the novel by Sarah Winters, is a coming-of-age story about 18-year-old Nan Astley, who falls for performer Kitty Butler, following her to london as her hairdresser before starting a closeted love affair.
'Heartstopper': Charlie & Nick
The Netflix series "Heartstopper" tells the story of Charlie (Joe Locke), a gay, recently outed teenager who falls in love with his classmate Nick (Kit Connor), a popular rugby player.
'Sex Education': Eric & Adam
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While Adam (Connor Swindells) may have started out as a bully in "Sex Education", his moving redemption arc had him earning the love of classmate Eric (Ncuti Gatwa), eventually leading him to come out publicly.
'Brooklyn Nine-Nine': Captain Raymond Holt and Professor Kevin Cozner
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Captain Ray Holt (Andre Braugher) may have been a stern and series boss at the "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" precinct, but he had a heart of gold, and that was never more obvious than when he was with his husband Kevin (Marc Evan Jackson).