Because you like Yoshi in Super Mario Bros.
Jules Vaughn likes glitter, sequins, and older men. See them in Euphoria.
While Cassie Ainsworth's head is always in the clouds, her heart is always in the right place. See them in Skins.
Nadine Franklin likes to wallow in her misery almost as much as she likes to torment her mother. See them in The Edge of Seventeen.
Carol Aird is driven to fight to make her life better, regardless the consequences. See them in Carol.
As the White House Press Secretary, C. J. Cregg is a master of verbal karate and the best damn basketball player in Ohio Valley history. See them in The West Wing.
Lady Bird's heart is in the right place, usually, but even the purest of people can fall sway to the havoc-wreaking traps of senior year. See them in Lady Bird.
A hurricane of a human being, Marla Singer is destructive and unforgettable. See them in Fight Club.
Convinced that the world is conspiring against him, Tatsuhiro's reconciled himself to his fate as a shut-in. See them in Welcome to the NHK.
Facing off-the-charts murder, drugs, and teenage heartbreak in Riverdale, Betty Cooper pursues justice with help from her friends. See them in Riverdale.
Strong-willed Norah Silverberg isn't willing to be the goody bag at anyone's pity party. See them in Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist.
A believer in the philosophy of Nietzsche, Dwayne Hoover has taken a vow of silence until he becomes a test pilot for the Air Force. See them in Little Miss Sunshine.
After becoming accepted into the group of popular girls, Tracy Freeland has turned from a sweet and reserved teenager into a monster. See them in thirteen.