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.
Bridgerton’s Simon Basset is a rake, but Simon Basset is also a damn good man, which is largely why his character is so fascinating.
As a mother, a wife, a sibling, a duchess, and a friend, Daphne Bridgerton has ample room to be given the opportunities to shine.
When Penelope Featherington smiles and laughs, we see a strong, kind, and loving girl who deserves better but doesn’t expect better.
Complex and intrinsically written Anthony Bridgerton is a brother, a husband, a father, and a man in dire need of healing from trauma.
Benedict Bridgerton is complex, greatly privileged, and lost.
Sanditon’s young James Stringer is a man who’s time and time again made the conscious choice to be gentle, warm, and welcoming.
Peggy Carter has been, is and will always be integral to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and in a myriad of ways, she started it all.
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Chicago P.D.’s Jay Halstead is honorable, kind, and the type of character who’s always growing into a better version of himself.
Henry McCord is one of the strongest male figures on television, and that strength is measured by his ability to remain kind in a world that pushes and pulls too much.