"Captain James T. Kirk" (William Shatner) and "Mr. Spock" (Leonard Nimoy, †85) are some of the most legendary TV characters, that fans couldn´t imagine living without.
"Sonny" (Don Johnson) and "Rico" (Philip Michael Thomas) declared war on the gangs of Miami during their roles on the show Miami Vice. The two stylish male icons influenced a generation of young audiences with their "Wayfarer" Sunglasses becoming one of their staples!
The mystery thriller series The X Files lives off the chemistry of Agent "Fox Mulder", played by David Duchovny, and his partner Agent "Dana Scully" played by Gillian Anderson. The series has been on air for decades with it´s final episode having aired on March 21, 2018.
The sitcom Scrubs redefined the meaning of friendship, especially when it came to guys. "J.D." (Zach Braff) and "Turk" (Donald Faison) were such great friends, that they were even mistaken for a couple many times throughout the show. They are always seen getting into some crazy shenanigans, but you know that they are always there for each other.
"Laurel & Hardy" is still one of the most well-known TV Duos to date. The American comedian Stan Laurel (†74) and Oliver Hardy (†65) made slapstick comedy history from 1921 until 1956.
"Marshall" (Jason Segel) and "Lily" (Alyson Hannigan) were the absolute dream couple in the sitcom How I Met Your Mother. After college, the two went through a series a difficult situations that separated them temporarily. Who wouldn´t want their luck?
The Gilmore Girls portrayed the bond between mother and daughter like no other series before! The relationship between "Lorelai" (Lauren Graham) and "Rory" (Alexis Bledel) amazed audiences so much, that new episodes were released in 2016 due to popular demand.
"Batman" and "Robin" are probably one of the most legendary TV duos of all time! The one that we find the most special is the 1966 version "Batman" and "Robin" with Adam West (†88) and Burt Ward.
A chemistry teacher and his former student cooking crystal meth together with street distribution... Can it get any better than that? "Walter White" (Bryan Cranston) and "Jesse Pinkman" (Aaron Paul) are probably one of the strangest TV duos in the history of television. Nevertheless, they have solidified their spot in TV history.
The Crime series Starksy & Hutch involves one of the most memorable Duos of all time! The police officer "David Michael Starksy" (Paul Michael Glaser) and "Kenneth Hutchinson" (David Soul) were not just partners, they were like brothers hunting down cops all through the streets in "Bay City", California. The series was so well received by fans, that the producers decided to create a movie in 2004.
Let´s get some lady duos on the board! "Xena" (Lucy Lawless) and "Gabrielle" (Renée O’Connor) from Xena: Warrior Princess went on mystical adventures together in a strange medieval world and even found their love for each other along the way!
Kevin James and Leah Remini are always going to be our "King" and "Queen"! We can´t think of any TV duo better than these two!
"Marge" and "Homer Simpson" are one of those TV duos that never get old! What would he be without his patient wife, "Marge"?
Another great male friendship was between "Joey" (Mat LeBlanc) and "Chandler" (Matthew Perry) from the sitcom Friends. The combination of the somewhat dumb "Joey" and the sarcastic "Chandler" made the series a smash hit. If it wasn´t for "Monica" (Courtney Cox), the two would have never even met!