Because you like Ada Thorne in Peaky Blinders
Although life in a post-apocalyptic world is far from easy, Julie Grigio maintains her sense of humor. See them in Warm Bodies.
Kayla Day is externally shy, but internally spirited Gucci! See them in Eighth Grade.
Ahsoka Tano hopes to be a very powerful and knowledgeable Jedi one day. See them in The Clone Wars.
In a group of self-serving career climbers, Laurel Castillo is the only one who wants to serve others. See them in How to Get Away with Murder.
Chloe Decker's case should be open-and-shut. But something seems to be troubling her, something about Palmetto Street. See them in Lucifer.
Blunt but anxious, Gretchen Ross bonds most easily with those who have lived tough lives like she has. See them in Donnie Darko.
Once described as a "beautiful, tropical fish," Ann Perkins exudes warmth, and unlike most of her friends she also has common sense. See them in Parks and Recreation.
A poised, stately man-out-of-time, Ichabod Crane typically faces the modern world with wry quip. See them in Sleepy Hollow.
James Gordon happens to be the one guy in Gotham City with proper morals who doesn't also run around in a cape. See them in DC Extended Universe.
Elizabeth Harmon loves to win at chess, but competitive pressure and her past are taking a toll. See them in The Queen's Gambit.
Jail hasn't broken Andy Dufresne's spirit, but will his spirit help break him out of jail? See them in The Shawshank Redemption.
Emma Frost's superpower: transforming her body into an unbreakable diamond. See them in X-Men Series.