Because you like James P. Sullivan in Monsters, Inc.
A master manipulator, Frank Underwood has a tight grip on Washington DC. Plus who doesn't like having a leader who frequently tosses off Shakespearean asides? See them in House of Cards.
Ned is kind, warm, and gifted with an all-powerful touch. See them in Pushing Daisies.
In charge of stocking the office's supply of cigarettes and liquor, Joan Holloway could run the whole company if they would let her. See them in Mad Men.
Gruff and sarcastic, Detective Harry Dresden use unconventional ways to track down perps, including using magic and the supernatural. See them in The Dresden Files.
Meet Homelander, the snake that lurks beneath the glossy veneer. See them in The Boys.
Carl Gallagher is a budding psychopath fascinated with rule breaking. See them in Shameless.
China has five thousand years of history, and he's optimistic he'll win over the Allied Powers to the wisdom of his ways. See them in Axis Powers Hetalia.
When a half-breed breaks the rules, John Constantine deports them straight back to hell. He's trying to buy his way into heaven. See them in Constantine.
Keren Walker is a socialite looking to avoid work, keep a constant buzz, and be as snarky as possible. See them in Will & Grace.
Despite the undeniably awful turn her life has taken, Rachel handles herself with remarkable grace. See them in Me and Earl and the Dying Girl .
Miss Havisham is the creepiest old rich lady in town. See them in Great Expectations.
Will Herondale is an emotionally distant bad boy with a secret. See them in Clockwork Angel .