Edwin Jarvis could have easily been written off as comedic relief, but instead, he was always the beacon of hope.
Elizabeth Swann’s evolution was a journey that broke the rules. She stands her ground and puts up a fight when she has to.
Alina Starkov is an extremely complex character that people should want more for. People should want her to grow, to find herself.
Despite being a celestial devil, Lucifer Morningstar is just as human as the rest of us and that’s part of what makes him so relatable. We talk about Tom Ellis’ impeccable performance, tackle mental health, Deckerstar, daddy issues and more.
Parks and Recreation’s Ben Wyatt is the perfect kind of feminist hero whose journey throughout the show has been relatable to us all.
Leslie Knope is one of those characters who matters to everyone for different reasons because she’s so multifaceted and complex, it’s easy to find something relatable in her.
Minerva McGonagall was a sassy, strict, stern, as well as a badass professor/deputy headmistress who cares deeply for her students and stands firmly on her beliefs.
Parks and Recreation’s Ron Swanson is the kind of character that’s bound to leave a lasting mark on anyone.
Kaz Brekker didn’t need a reason, but he always has plenty—meticulously crafted plans, a purpose for everything, and tremendous heart.
Inej Ghafa is the girl who feeds the crows, the girl who’ll scope high above to protect those who need her.
America Ferrera’s Amy Sosa was, in a lot of ways a representation of so many of us who’ve ever felt stuck.
Superstore’s Jonah Simms was kind, compassionate, and steadfastly loyal to everyone around him and his own growth as a human being.
Chuck Bartowski’s sincerity brought his loved ones home to a place where they could always laugh, break bread, and heal. Aces. Truly aces.
A whole lot of many things, Schitt’s Creek’s Alexis Rose is a deeply loving extrovert whose journey has been a relatable treasure.
Wanda Maximoff, as she is, isn’t too much or too little of something. She is enough. In all her pain and darkness, she is enough.
Eliot Waugh deserved to receive the love he gave to other people and to actually go to therapy and heal from his trauma.
Quentin Coldwater is alive — his heart and soul is in each of us, it’s in every fic and every fanart. In every piece of fan media and every person who saw themselves in him.
Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again’s Donna Sheridan is fierce and spirited, but she is also incredibly vulnerable and warm.
Leia Organa was a Princess, a General, a mother, and the hope that every single person in the Star Wars universe has and will always rely on.
Charles Brandon is allowed to be the most complex character and to have the greatest development of anyone in The Tudors.