Top five worst couples in the Arrowverse: Lena-James to Kara-William, all the relationships that didn't work
'The Flash', 'DC's Legends Of Tomorrow' and 'Batwoman' will return in January 2021 while 'Supergirl will be back by the middle of the year. The shows air on The CW
The Arrowverse has created many beloved couples for fans, the most notable being Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards), as well as Barry Allen (Grant Gustin)-Iris West (Candace Patton), and Kara Danvers (Melissa Benoist)-Mon-El (Chris Wood). But the Arrowverse has led to some pretty terrible couples too, that fans just won't stop hating. Here are some of the worst couples in the Arrowverse.
Kara and William Dey
'Supergirl' pushed forward annoying William Dey (Staz Nair), who soon became Kara's close friend. A rather lukewarm romance has been trying its best to blossom between the two but fans just don't see this working out, and we can see why. The chemistry is bland and soulless, and it doesn't matter how much the showrunners keep trying to force it on us, even William getting abducted at the end of Season 5 and almost dying, didn't worry the fans too much.
Lena and James
Lena Luthor (Katie McGrath) and James Olsen (Mehcad Brooks) were put together in 'Supergirl' for reasons that fans still cannot understand. He didn't trust her at all and Lena usually gave him the ice-glare. A sudden holiday dinner brought them together. They could have been a great couple...had there been some sort of build up towards their romance. Nevertheless, there's only person that fans want to see Lena Luthor with and that's Kara. Supercorps won't hear of anything else.
Carter and Kendra
Carter (Falk Hentschel) and Kendra (Ciara Renée) were destined to end up together in any life. That sounds romantic, but that fell superbly flat in 'Legends Of Tomorrow' Season 1. Carter died but the two found their way back to each other and finally left the team. This whole ship was just plain messy and nothing about the two made sense. Fans weren't sorry to see this end.
Kara and James
At the beginning of Season 1, the writers tried to generate some mystery around Kara and James as the will they-won't they couple, but that didn't quite work. They infused a love triangle in the middle with his girlfriend, Lucy. Nothing came of this and thankfully didn't pursue a romantic relationship. That was a good choice on the part of the showrunners.
Caitlin and Jay
Caitlin Snow (Danielle Panabaker) hasn't been so lucky, when it comes to relationships on 'The Flash'. After Ronnie (Robbie Amell) died, Caitlin hoped that something comes from her relationship with Jay (Teddy Sears). For a while, everything seemed great. Except for the minor problem that he turned into a dark villain---Zoom.
'The Flash', 'DC's Legends Of Tomorrow' and 'Batwoman' will return in January 2021 while 'Supergirl will be back by the middle of the year. The shows air on The CW.