The thing about breakups is that they are never good. Whether you are talking about couples breaking up in real life, or on television. There is always a lot involved in the process, and in all honesty, it can become overwhelming if you are not careful enough with the process. Things can easily go wrong and you can end up being an emotional mess.
The reason why breakups on TV feel so strange is that so many people are rooting for them and most people are even aware of the fact that it is not going to last. With that in mind, we are going to be looking at some of the TV couples that should have never broken up. This is important because as the lovers of television, holding out hope is something that we all have done at some point in our life.
#1 Robin And Barney From How I Met Your Mother
No matter the criticism, the one thing that we can assure you of is that How I Met Your Mother was one of the most emotional TV shows that aired on the television. It shows a lot going on, and truth be told, the thing that hurt the most was when Barney and Robin broke up.
Despite it being something that the fans actually speculated that as they were not as compatible with each other, but in reality, the break up hurt more than anything else because they still had to be close to each other.
#2 Brenda And Nate From Six Feet Under
While I wouldn’t actually classify it as a break up since they did come back on several different occasions; I do not think there was a break up more raw and natural than Nate and Brenda’s in Six Feet Under. If you have not watched the show, I will not spoil it for you but it is something that tugs at your heartstrings and does not let go that easily, either.
#3 Jax And Tara From Sons of Anarchy
While this was not actually a breakup, Jax losing Tara was perhaps the most heartbreaking things I have had the chance to experience no television. The scenes from that episode still play in my head and there is absolutely no pause button that can stop me from thinking. Obviously, I’d have wished things were different; but hey, it is a world created by none other than Kurt Sutter.
#4 Steve And Nancy From Stranger Things
I’ll be honest, there is no denying that Steve was a major problem in the first season of Stranger Things but the fact that he had gone through one of the best character developments in the show is something that we cannot deny.
Looking at Steve grow up and be a responsible person in the second and third season of Stranger Things, the one thing is for sure. His break up with Nancy should have never happened. Despite Steve being problematic at best, but the fact that he grew up into a responsible person just goes to show how it was a relationship that should have lasted.
In conclusion, we are only going to say that despite being fully aware of the fact that all the relationships in this list were based on television and no such tragedy happened in real life, there is absolutely no way of denying the fact that it did mess us up big time and in so many ways.
These shows are amazing in their own right and should teach you a lot about love, and life.