Let's be honest: Half the reason we watch TV shows these days is to see whether our favorite couple will defeat the odds and get together or end up in that sad pile of ships that just couldn't make it work.
Shipping is a way of life for a lot of fans, and here at TV Guide we understand and respect the hell out of that. Who doesn't want to watch two adorable doofs fall in and then out of love and then back in love again? The ships you root for most say a lot about your personality. Whether you're into the dark and dangerous enemies-to-lovers trope or you find yourself more drawn to fake dating drama is an important distinction -- and it can even tell us the one TV character who was destined to be your soulmate.
Take the quiz below to find out whether you're destined for a whirlwind romance with The Vampire Diaries' Damon Salvatore (Ian Somerhalder) or whether the independent life of Game of Thrones' Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) is more your speed.
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Even if you've only had the Queer Eye reboot on Netflix described to you, you probably know that the show is a love fest designed to make its subjects and viewers feel the best about themselves. It's a beacon of positivity in dark times, and that couldn't be more essential right now. But how does the lifestyle revamp show pull that off? That would be power of The Fab 5: Antoni Porowski, Bobby Berk, Jonathan Van Ness, Tan France, and Karamo Brown. Not only are the hosts uniquely talented in bringing out the light in the show's "heroes," but their perfect chemistry make them some of the most watchable personalities on TV.
Don't take our word for it though. TV Guide sat down with all five hosts to talk about what makes each of them such an essential member of the team, and how they're trying to bring more light into the world. Each of them breaks down how Brown is able to get straight to the heart of every hero, how Berk breathes new life into each living space in less than a week, how France teaches the heroes to show their best selves before speaking a word, how Van Ness can make any person feel beautiful, and how Porowski brings emotional connection with every dish he helps to prepare.
For most makeover shows, the wow factor comes from seeing how much a person has transformed at the end without much thought about the people that helped get them there. But Queer Eye is no typical makeover show. Its unique, all-in approach, fostered by these five compassionate people is what makes the show so special. We care as much about their connection with the heroes as we do about the heroes themselves. This show wouldn't have the same impact without the Fab 5 guiding the way, and so it's only fitting to see that they love each other as much as we love them.
Queer Eye is now streaming on Netflix.
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Welcome to the Big Brother Brothers: The Ultimate Unofficial Podcast from TV Guide. I'm your Big Brother-obsessed host, Fox Van Allen. I'll be joined every week throughout Big Brother 21 by your boy (and my co-host), Emmy Award-winning writer Lance Cartelli, along with special guests from the world of CBS reality TV, as we dive into the strategy and fun of the summer's best guilty pleasure.
In our first-ever episode, we talk with my favorite Big Brother podcaster Taran Armstrong (from the Rob Has a Podcast network) about the upcoming Season 21, the best ways to watch Big Brother, what it's like being the most prolific Big Brother podcaster on the internet, and what a perfect season of Big Brother would look like. Plus, stick around until the end to hear Taran play a game of How Long Would You Last on Big Brother: A Choose-Your-Own-Adventure.
New episodes go up every Monday, now through the end of the Big Brother 21 season.