True blood characters dating in real life
In real life: With a courtship that began around the time Bledel showed up on the "Mad Men" set in 2012, the couple married in June 2014.Talia Balsam and John Slattery ("Mad Men") On the show: Roger Sterling's wife Mona became his understandably exasperated ex-wife, but they did their best to keep things civil in times of trouble.In real life: The "Mad Men" set seems particularly conducive to relationships.Slattery and Balsam were married in 1998 and, despite their characters' conflicts, seem anything but "Mad" off-camera.In a Fairy Tale Land flashback, Snow and Charming search for a way to ensure their child will grow-up to be a hero.
(Photo by Richard Cartwright/ABC via Getty Images) EMILY VANCAMP, JOSH BOWMAN Emily Van Camp and Josh Bowman ("Revenge") On the show: Emily Thorne and Daniel Greyson got engaged, but that's as far as it got before all kinds of drama went down.It certainly wasn’t all sunshine and roses with bonds forged on , as some of these relationships will demonstrate, but they certainly kept things interesting. Let’s take a look back at some of the best and worst relationships (romantic and otherwise) on the HBO camp classic (which you can stream on HBO Now) and those that will make you jealous that you don’t have a strapping Viking at your sexual beck and call and relieved that your real life relationships require a lot less death and destruction. In real life: They've been in a relationship for about two years, but like their characters' professional lives, they try not to draw additional attention to it.Nancy Carell and Steve Carell ("The Office") On the show: Carole Stills and Michael Scott had only gone on a few dates when he popped the question; she declined.