(More about that in a moment.) The following list of 11 resilient TV couples — still together as of press time, as far as we know — isn't comprehensive, as Melissa Benoist and Blake Jenner ("Glee"); Amanda Abbington and Martin Freeman ("Sherlock"); and Mary Elizabeth Ellis and Charlie Day ("It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia") can attest.But they are a reminder that, at least for now, Hollywood love stories are still possible after the director shouts "Cut! Alexis Bledel and Vincent Kartheiser ("Mad Men") On the show: Kartheiser's flawed Pete Campbell is married, but can't resist the charms of Beth Dawes (Bledel), who has troubles of her own.Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer ("True Blood") On the show: Paquin's Sookie Stackhouse and Moyer's Bill Compton vamped it up in the fictional southwest-Louisiana town of Bon Temps.In real life: Beginning their relationship in 2007, the couple promised to be "True" at a 2010 wedding.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.
Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys ("The Americans") On the show: They're married KGB agents with multiple identities.(Photo by Jack Rowand/ABC via Getty Images) Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas ("Once Upon a Time") On the show: Snow White and Prince Charming's storybook romance was pretty much a given.In real life: So why should real life be any different?It looks like these two are totally just friends, as Page recently came out as a lesbian, proving that sometimes a picture is just a picture.(Even if it is a pretty adorable one.)In conclusion, Skarsgard appears to be very single.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.Think he noticed that Bosworth and Vyalitsina could pass for sisters? So weird.)Apparently 2012 was a busy year for Skarsgard in the dating department, because according to the NY Post, Skarsgard was seen cozying up to Godzilla star Elizabeth Olsen at a Vanity Fair party that same year.Olsen set the record straight in an interview with Ryan Seacrest, shrugging off the statement as just another rumor in the gossip mill.Let's be real for a second: No one is tuning into True Blood for the vampire politics or Sookie Stackhouse. Not only is this vampire easily the most badass (undead) guy in Bon Temps, but he ain't bad to look at, either.We can credit both of those facts to the talented — and, yes, physically perfect — Alexander Skarsgard, who has starred as the Nordic vampire for True Blood's past six seasons. You can breathe a sigh of relief, Skarsgard superfans — from the look of things, there is no special lady in Skarsgard's life at this time.