Because you like Boyd Crowder in Justified
Emma Woodhouse knows what's best for everyone else. Just don't try to tell her what to do. See them in Emma.
Kyle Broflovski is an motional fourth-grader who plays Guitar Hero, speaks Pig Latin, and fights with his "Fat Ass" friend Cartman. See them in South Park.
The self-described "ghost with the most" knows the ins-and-outs of specter life like no other. Just ask him. See them in Beetlejuice.
Brilliant but self-destructive, Lip Gallagher spends more time stirring up trouble than hitting the books. See them in Shameless.
Innately shy, Ginny Weasley is growing into a feisty, independent spirit. See them in Harry Potter Series.
As a psychokinetic who was raised in a lab, Eleven is finding Indiana to be a scary world. But at least she's discovered Eggo waffles. See them in Stranger Things.
Ahape-shifting dog, Jake is the last man's best friend. See them in Adventure Time.
A malevolent dark wizard, Voldemort is so fearsome that he's known primarily as "He Who Must Not Be Named." See them in Harry Potter Series.
Don't ask Rosa Diaz, a Brooklyn detective, to lighten up. Actually, to be safe, don't ask her to do anything! See them in Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
Klaus Hargreeves is funny, flirty, and high at any given moment, but he's also the most emotionally literate of his super-powered siblings. See them in The Umbrella Academy.
When the Sorting Hat touched Draco Malfoy's head, it placed him in Slytherin, a house that has turned out more dark wizards than any other. See them in Harry Potter Series.
L is enigmatic, child-like, and one of the smartest people in the world. See them in Death Note.