Some TV couples suck. There, we said it.
Despite trying to push some couples to endgame status, some are very clearly not that into each other.
The Hollywood Gossip has rounded up 13 couples who have a grand total of zero chemistry.
Sorry ... not sorry.
Kara and Mon-El - Supergirl
Mon-El was one of the worst characters on Supergirl, and it was largely because the producers tried to put force them together. Mon-El was officially exiled from the series about a year after his debut.
Jackson and Maggie - Grey's Anatomy
Jackson and Maggie were believable as friends, but not so much as a couple. They need to give up on their relationship, or they run the risk of not being friends ever again.
Ray and Felicity - Arrow
On a show that's all about the relationship between Oliver and Felicity, Felicity's short-lived relationship with Ray felt like a mere plot device to throw in some drama. There was a severe lack of chemistry between the characters.
George and Izzie - Grey's Anatomy
George pursued Izzie pretty much from the get-go on Grey's Anatomy, but there was nothing there, and fans picked up on that. It's just a shame that Shonda Rhimes did not.
Zelena and Hades - Once Upon a Time
Just when it seemed like Zelena was on the road to becoming one of the good guys, she decided to embark on a relationship with Hades. It was ... tedious. Two villains don't make a right.
Bill and Sookie - True Blood
Bill and Sookie were the central couple on this HBO series, but fans were shipping Sookie and Eric from the get-go. That shows you how crappy the OG pairing was.
Aaron and Eric - The Walking Dead
Most viewers forgot they were even a couple because of the complete lack of attraction between the two characters.
Sydney and McKay - Euphoria
Euphoria is one of the most controversial shows around, but one of the couples are just not interesting. Sydney works much better on her own, away from McKay. The latter is too overbearing.
Evan and Stephanie - Ambitions
Evan and Stephanie are married. They're also two of the most powerful people in Atlanta, but they can't help but think about sleeping with other people. They're together just to keep up appearances, and nothing else.
Ian and Trevor - Shameless
Trevor was thrown into the mix as a placeholder for Mickey. As a result, his relationship with Ian was not built on a strong foundation and that's why they were one of the worst couples.
Clarke and Finn - The 100
Finn was Clarke's romantic interest during the early days of The 100 ... until she sacrificed him to make an alliance with the Grounders. His death gave fans a huge sigh of relief.
Archie and Veronica - Riverdale
Archie and Veronica have been set up as an endgame couple since Riverdale's inception, but the big issue is that they don't work well together. They're not an exciting pairing.
Ezra and Aria - Pretty Little Liars
Ezra was obsessed with Aria. He wrote a book about her. He had sex with her while he was her teacher. She was a minor. Need we say more?