TV BFFs Who Are Besties IRL!
Every successful TV show has that one pairing with amazing chemistry that keeps you coming back week after week -- I'm not talking about couples here; I'm talking about the platonic relationships that become your true #friendshipgoals! It's not surprising to learn that many of these TV friendships carry over into real-life, where a chance casting turns into a perfect BFF match!
Here are a few TV friends that you might not know are besties off the set as well!
Beth Behrs and Kat Dennings ("Two Broke Girls")
Although Beth Behrs and Kat Dennings hadn’t previously met before landing their hit show, "Two Broke Girls", they instantly hit it off shortly after meeting. Their on-camera chemistry is undeniable as they throw the quips back and forth seamlessly; and this is probably due to their close relationship they’ve developed off-set. They even have best friend dance parties and send each other cute cat photos. Watching them together in any interview is entertaining, because they always a have a randomly hilarious story from their loving friendship. Knowing this makes the fictional Max and Caroline’s relationship a little bit sweeter.
Mindy Kaling and Ike Barinholtz ("The Mindy Project")
Mindy Kaling’s character may seem slightly annoyed with the dog-obsessed Nurse Morgan, played by Ike Barinholtz, but there’s still a best friendship between the two that cannot be denied — and it has bled into their real lives as well. Kaling and Barinholtz are the only two actors on the show that also write for the series. So, it’s safe to say that they spend a lot of time together, and their respective Instagram profiles are living proof. From on-set trailer hangouts to hilarious Instagram stories together, these two are a brilliant comedic duo. Kaling even posted her best nine photos of her and Barinholtz from 2016, and they are as amazing as you’d expect them to be.
Megan Mullally and Debra Messing ("Will & Grace")
Yes, "Will & Grace" is over, but no, I haven’t moved on; and thankfully neither have Megan Mullally and Debra Messing. These on-screen besties have stayed close pals, years after the end of their hit show. Sure, they aren’t together as often as we would like them to be, (like, say, every week), but they are both successful working actresses who lead busy lives, so we understand. At least they get together for a cute selfie every once and awhile — and that’s all we can ask for. Well, that, and a "Will & Grace" reunion show...