Because you like Helena in Orphan Black
Kiara Carrera is a hippie socialist who likes sea turtles more than people. See them in Outer Banks.
Honest, true, and just, Ned Stark is a good man. Unfortunately, those traits are not assets in Westerosi politics. See them in Game of Thrones.
Gollum is slimy and seething with hatred, the last person you would want to meet in a dark cave. See them in The Lord of the Rings.
Tina Belcher is on the cusp of puberty, and she has no shame when it comes to boys, butts, and brassieres. See them in Bob's Burgers.
A baker turned reluctant fighter, Peeta Mellark can charm his way out of just about any situation. See them in The Hunger Games .
When their organization was infiltrated by evil HYDRA, who was the one guy Captain America trusted? A former soldier with kickass wings named Sam Wilson. See them in Marvel Cinematic Universe.
A debonair spy, Harry Hart is the epitome of a gentleman, even when he calmly takes down multiple men with a militarized umbrella. See them in Kingsman: The Secret Service.
Although Penny's friends have genius-level IQs, they regularly come to her for advice and insight. See them in The Big Bang Theory.
Abandoned by her parents, Rey made her living selling scrap metal and got used to being her own friend and teacher. See them in Star Wars Series.
Hawkeye Pierce is a Devil-may-care Army doc who'd have the Devil laughing and drinking in five minutes flat. See them in M*A*S*H.
After having his mind altered after a bad breakup, Joel Barish is not convinced that ignorance is bliss. See them in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
Gruff and efficient, Sam Fisher protects a nation that can never admit he exists. See them in Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell.