Because you like Don Draper in Mad Men
Hannah Horvath is kind of a mess, but she owns her messiness in a way few people do. See them in Girls.
Celie Johnson says she's poor, black, and may even be ugly. But dear God she's here. See them in The Color Purple.
A jazz musician, Sebastian Wilder is passionate about his music and his life. See them in La La Land.
Rayon is kinder to the world than the world is to her. See them in Dallas Buyers Club.
Marv is a brutish but principled thug who'd be right at home on an ancient battlefield. See them in Sin City.
A no-nonsense hitman with a taste for good burgers and divine justice, Jules Winnfield will go to great lengths to please his boss. See them in Pulp Fiction.
Elaine Benes is a tough New Yorker who can hang with the guys, and date the ones who are "sponge-worthy." See them in Seinfeld.
Frances Ha is a free spirit feeling old at 27. See them in Frances Ha.
Much more than just "Coach Taylor's wife," Tami Taylor is making herself known in town as a caring, persistent guidance counselor. See them in Friday Night Lights (TV).
Audrey Horne may seem inquisitive and charming, but she can turn on a dime. See them in Twin Peaks.
Though cynical about the world, Shuya Nanahara is caring and protective towards his friends. See them in Battle Royale.
Keren Walker is a socialite looking to avoid work, keep a constant buzz, and be as snarky as possible. See them in Will & Grace.