The Definitive Ranking of Television’s Best Bromances
Though the term “bromance” was only added to the Merriam-Webster dictionary in 2011, the relationship form has been a staple in TV comedy since the days of Cheers.
All male friendships are not bromances, however. Gaining the classification takes more than just chest-bumping and telling topical jokes while drinking the light beer of the show’s sponsor. It’s a hard-earned title, given to two characters who develop together, change each other and are, for the most part, inseparable.
After much deliberation, we present the definitive ranking of television’s strongest bromances below.