Because you like Ricky in Trailer Park Boys
Charlie Bucket may be down-on-his-luck, but his spirits are always sky high. See them in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
A homeless orphan with unusual red hair, Anne knows the odds are against her. But she's starting to find her inner power. See them in Anne With an E.
Bob Parr is an ex-superhero now focused on being a dad, but he misses the action. See them in The Incredibles.
This master marksman may be a villain, but Deadshot's motives aren't quite as selfish as they seem. See them in Suicide Squad.
An alien, a time-traveler, and an esper are following Haruhi Suzumiya, who – unknown to herself – is a near-omnipotent reality warper. See them in The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya.
How is angel Aziraphale supposed to stop the apocalypse when Hell's forces misplaced the Antichrist somewhere? See them in Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch.
Surly and sarcastic, Manny travels alone and prefers it that way. See them in Ice Age.
Timid and a bit insecure, Amy Antsler has big dreams of activism and meeting new people. She's learning it's easier said than done. See them in Booksmart.
Lord Farquaad is a tiny man with big, evil aspirations. See them in Shrek.
Domino is phenomenally lucky‚ and, yes, that's a superpower. See them in Deadpool.
Brian Griffin is the most scholarly member of the family—when he's not drunk on martinis. See them in Family Guy.
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.