The ultimate dream is for all our favorite characters to end up in the same place at the same time.
Whether they get along or not, it would be an interaction that we wouldn't want to miss.
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There are series that seem to align perfectly, and there are some that are such polar opposites it would be comedic to bring them together.
We created a slideshow below of 13 TV shows that need to crossover!
Superstore and Brooklyn Nine-Nine
Fans have been rooting for this crossover ever since Brooklyn Nine-Nine was moved over to NBC. Brooklyn Nine-Nine did a crossover with New Girl in the past, so anything is possible. If anyone from NBC is listening, please take this opportunity to introduce Jake and Amy to Jonah and Amy. There's no saying how that would go down.
American Horror Story and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina definitely isn't like its comedic predecessor. It's a much darker series that would, surprisingly, fit into the AHS world perfectly. At some points, it felt as if you could pick a string of Sabrina episodes, amp the horror up a bit, and you'd have a brand new season of American Horror Story.
Fuller House and One Day at a Time
These families are both very different, but also very similar. If put in a house together for a week, there's no doubt that there would be a lot of butting heads. But, of course, we know that they would all come together in the end and teach us a valuable lesson about the importance of family.
The 100 and Roswell, New Mexico
The 100 may take place centuries in the future and after the Earth has been destroyed, but a crossover would be incredible if it were ever possible. Michael, Max, and Isobel all come from a different planet, and for all we know, they could be from Sanctum. It may not make sense in either show's timeline, but it would be cool nonetheless.
Younger and The Bold Type
Both of these comedies are about women who are trying to find themselves while working in the writing/publishing industry. Does anyone else think Jane, Kat, and Sutton would get along perfectly with Liza, Kelsey, and their friends? What would happen if Jacqueline and Diana met?
Marvel's Runaways and Cloak and Dagger
This is one crossover that is actually happening. During both of the series' third seasons, Tyrone and Tandy will crossover with the runaways. After fans asked for it, the powers that be decided to give it to them!
Parks and Recreation and The Office
These shows may be off the air, but that doesn't mean we still don't want to see these characters cross paths. An episode in which both groups of workers were present would cause the kind of havoc that viewers wouldn't want to miss.
13 Reasons Why and Big Little Lies
Both of these rather mature series have mysteries that are hard to solve and characters who are good at solving them. Well, for the most part. Can you imagine what would happen if both casts of characters got pulled into a mystery together?
Stranger Things and The Umbrella Academy
There's not really a solid reason for wanting these shows to intermingle, other than we think it would be a fun time. The characters just seem like they could play off of each other easily, and the overarching aspect of both shows give off a similar vibe.
Grey's Anatomy and The Resident
Grey's Anatomy feels like it has hundreds of doctors, while The Resident feels like it has about five. Although Conrad is still a resident and most of the characters on Grey's Anatomy are trained surgeons, it wouldn't be surprising if Conrad could give them all a run for their money.
Good Girls and Superstore
This one may be cheating as we used Superstore previously, but the show just offers so many crossover opportunities. Beth, Annie, and Ruby frequently carry out their criminal activities at a Cloud 9 store, so we can only imagine what would happen if they paid the one in St. Louis a visit. Something tells us that Dina may be the only person who can catch these badass ladies in the act.
YOU and Lucifer
Joe has gotten away with every bad thing that he's ever done. It's become clear that it's going to take a genius to bring him down, and who's better equipped to solve the mystery than Chloe and Lucifer?
Supernatural and Wynonna Earp
One of the main things the Winchesters are missing is a badass female demon hunter named Wynonna Earp. The trio would kick ass together, and they could probably learn quite a lot from each other as well.