If anyone ever says there's nothing good to watch on TV, they clearly aren't looking hard enough. For the past several years, we've been living in a new "Golden Age" of television as more and more channels have begun producing original content. Streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Video have also contributed to the swarming influx of home entertainment by putting out hundreds of new TV programs of their own. With so many great shows out there, more and more great characters are being created every day. Those great characters then form relationships with other characters, resulting in meaningful, long-lasting friendships that are often so perfect that they make viewers jealous! Even though these relationships are mostly fictional, there have been some monumental TV friendships over the years that have become the true definition of #SquadGoals. Great TV friendships are ones we can relate to. They make us laugh, they make us cry, and sometimes, they even make us jealous! That's why we've taken the liberty of compiling a list of the 15 best friendships from modern television. Again, each of these inseparable BFFs are from modern television; either from current shows or shows that have aired in recent years. You won't find Lucy and Ethel from I Love Lucy on this list, even though they were a perfect pair!
15 Sherlock Holmes And John Watson
14 Spongebob Squarepants And Patrick Star
13 Jon Snow And Sam Tarly
12 Fox Mulder And Dana Scully
[caption id="attachment_109768" align="alignnone" width="448"] Via Pinterest[/caption] Since the mid-90's, FBI agents, Dana Scully and Fox Mulder have been solving mysterious cases involving the supernatural and the paranormal. Though the X-Files ended a few years ago, FOX recently brought the show back for another run, and now fans all over the world are seeing, once again, why Mulder and Scully are the definition of #FriendshipGoals. While Mulder is the imaginative conspiracy theorist, Scully is the straight-and-narrow doctor who follows the rules. Regardless, the two have always made a great team. Throughout the show's history, Mulder and Scully's friendship often teetered on the borderline of a romance, but they only briefly crossed that line. Some of us have experienced similar friendships - ones that border on a "relationship" until both parties realize they're better off as friends. Now that the show has been rebooted, perhaps their romance will reignite, but most likely they will just remain BFFs.