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.
The Expanse’s engineer, Naomi Nagata is one of the most brilliantly multi-faceted characters in a sci-fi series.
Kate Sharma is all heart, strength forged in the embers of grief and love. She is equal parts competitive and honorable, sharp and gentle.
By the end of Sanditon Season 1, Sidney Parker is no longer a brutish, outlier, heavily-defended from the demands that come with family ties.
In Sanditon, Charlotte Heywood is the beloved heroine with principles and merits.
Georgiana Lambe is a graceful young woman seeking to reconcile multiple identities and the sometimes conflicting expectations that come with each of them.
Sanditon’s Esther Denham has a deep desire to love and be loved as she is, without pretense.
Emma Woodhouse is Jane Austen’s most complex, intrinsically written character and we deep dive into the heart behind her actions.
Sanditon’s Arthur Parker as more than the comic baby brother provides a richer understanding of the wholesomeness at his core.
A closer look at Lady Denham’s odious attitudes and actions reveals a character we would do well to dislike.
Julia Quinn and Bridgerton’s Sophie Beckett is a light in darkness who deserves the entire world.
Sanditon’s Sir Edward Denham certainly seems to be a lusty, greedy scoundrel and only time will tell where his character will go.
Sanditon’s Mary Parker is an admirable woman doing her best to cope with a silly spouse, but there’s still more to be seen.
Money-minded single women are, therefore, not a novelty in a period drama. Then, there’s Sanditon’s Clara Brereton.
Sanditon’s Tom Parker is a promising visionary but one who should not (yet) be left to his own devices.
Vesper Lynd’s tragic arc and ever-lasting impact makes her one of the most fascinating Bond characters to date.