As close to the definition of righteous as a man can get, Jim Holden is the kind of leader every piece of media has and needs.
Sanditon’s Tom Parker is a promising visionary but one who should not (yet) be left to his own devices.
Pirates of the Caribbean’s Will Turner is a dashing hero, a loyal protector, and one of the most deserving characters in the franchise.
NBC Timeless’ Lucy Preston stood up for what she believed in, and she loved so deeply, everyone that crossed her path was better because of it.
A prankster with a heart of gold and one of the most relatable characters of our time, The Office’s Jim Halpert is unmatched in this way.
In both the books and the film, Juliet Ashton is an absolute delight—resourceful and compassionate, brave and self-aware, lost and trying.
Daniel Sousa was captivating and compassionate while carrying a great deal on his shoulders as he smiled his way through life.
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.
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.