Because you like Dorian Gray in Dorian Gray
Shana is a red-haired warrior with a black-and-white worldview. See them in Shakugan no Shana.
Adults call him troubled and kids call him crazy, but Donnie Darko is too busy following the instructions of a giant bunny rabbit to care. See them in Donnie Darko.
The bad boy medical intern might have a soft side‚ but you need to dig deep for it. See them in Grey's Anatomy.
Driven yet empathetic, Emily Prentiss brings humanity to the pursuit of inhuman killers. See them in Criminal Minds.
Oliver Tate is extremely articulate but hopelessly awkward. That's not a recipe for teenage happiness. See them in Submarine.
Daniel LaRusso is a Jersey kid in L.A. who is learning about karate and life from the mysterious Mr. Miyagi. See them in The Karate Kid.
Tattoos, bad boys, and heroin: Jane Margolis is learning that some vices are more dangerous than others. See them in Breaking Bad.
Underneath his preening narcissist exterior, Schmidt is, well, still kind of a preening narcissist. But he has a good heart too. See them in New Girl.
There's nothing like discovering dear old dad is a serial killer to send you into an (understandable) funk. See them in Hannibal.
In his heart, this student rebel is more of a lover than a fighter. See them in Les Miserables.
For Elton John, the road to stardom is a rocky ride. See them in Rocketman.
Effy Stonem is cool and collected with a wry smile on her face and a cigarette between her lips. See them in Skins.