One of Apollo's teenaged female worshipers reveals herself as a shipper at the Pythian Games:
"I totally ship you and her since I saw that play. Team Thalia!" she pumped her fist in the air. Several girls in the audience and some on stage clapped and cheered, while a few yelled out 'Team Calliope!', 'Team Terpsichore!', 'Team Dionysus!'…you get the picture.
In The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, Gigi and Fitz both ship Lizzie/Darcy. To the point where they collaborate using Spy Speak on a plan that culminates in Gigi dragging her brother into the room Lizzie's in, pushing them both into chairs, and running out again. Maria Lu also shipped them, but to a lesser extent — she just saw it as possibility and wished it might happen.
In Worm, Lisa encourages Taylor to get together with Brian. This is partly because she's a caring girl who wants her True Companions to be happy, and partly because she's trying to ward off Taylor's suicidal tendencies by any means possible.
After one of Jaune's many failed attempts to woo Weiss, Yang pats him on the head and promises "One day."
Jaune doesn't ship Nora and Ren so much as assume they're already dating. He seems genuinely surprised when Nora awkwardly corrects him.
Nora tells Pyrrha that she should confess to Jaune, sounding slightly disappointed that she hasn't done it already, and at another point sees that the two are having a moment and steers Ren and herself away to give them privacy. When Jaune and Pyrrha dance together, she shouts "Yes! This! Is! Happening!", very exuberantly.
Critical Role: Everybody in the party ships Vax and Gilmore. Their encouragements range from subtle hints and encouragements to overtly casting Charisma-enhancing spells on Vax when he's about to see Gilmore again. Out of character, all the players seem to consider Liam and Matt flirting with each other to be the highlight of their evening.