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5 TV bromances that you need in your life

1. Sam and Dean Winchester

Whether you’re still following this dynamic duo throughout their Supernatural adventures or stopped off somewhere around season 9 (like me), it’s no secret that the bromance between Sam and Dean Winchester will melt any heart.

Aside from the fact that these characters are actually blood-related brothers, their willingness to lay their lives on the line for each other, on MULTIPLE occasions is astounding and gets me every time. Would you go to hell and back for your friend or family member?

2. Neal Caffrey and Peter Burke

A bromance between an elite forger/ criminal informant and a by-the-book FBI agent may seem unlikely but that’s exactly what we get with Neal and Peter in White Collar.

As the duo come together to track down high profile criminals, they begin to forge a strong father-son bond that will have you feeling the warm and fuzzies.

3.Sherlock Holmes and John Watson

No bromance list is complete without Sherlock Holmes and his right-hand man, John Watson. BBC’s most recent adaptation does a great job at playing the bromance angle and knows exactly how to pull at the fans’ heartstrings. If there is anyone who knows how to break through Sherlock’s stony façade, it’s John Watson. Long live Johnlock!

4. Joey Tribbiani and Chandler Bing

Die-hard fans of Friends will know exactly what I’m talking about but for those who have not seen the series, let this bromance be a motivating factor for you to give it a try. I stayed away from the popular for the longest time but once I started watching, I found the love between Joey and Chandler to be one of the enjoyable aspects of the show. While they seem like total opposites personality wise, the two are inseparable throughout the series and become serious friendship/bromance goals.

 

5. Rogelio de la Vega and Michael Cordero

Last but certainly not least, is the epic bromance between telenovela star, Rogelia de la Vega and straight-laced police officer, Michael Cordero in the highly-recommended series, Jane the Virgin. Rogelio, a self-absorbed TV star develops a deep bond with his daughter’s boyfriend, Michael, which soon blossoms into a beautiful bromance. Never short of dramatics, this bromance is sure to keep you entertained. 

Thanks for reading! :) 

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