Most Like You: Recently Added Characters
Annie Easton is finally trying to be the person that she actually wants to be. That can lead to some awkward missteps, but also hopefully a lot of happiness. See them in Shrill.
A brilliant intelligence officer, Eve Polastri seems more like Bridget Jones than James Bond. See them in Killing Eve.
Nissa Revane possesses a truly special connection to the natural world around her—so much so she is even able to draw power from the ground beneath her. See them in Magic: The Gathering.
An even-keeled undercover cop, Flip Zimmerman has learned to separate himself from his job. See them in BlacKkKlansman.
Whether it’s helping her boss Mike or proving her sexist father wrong, Rachel Zane always manages to prove that she is limitless. See them in Suits.
With nowhere to go and her precious thing still in the Parks' mansion, Moon-Gwang has no choice but to return to the mansion. See them in Parasite.
Brock's rock-hard willpower is evident in even the Pokémon he trains. See them in Pokemon.
Jimmy Valmer is a jokester. Here's one example of his jokes: "Why did the pigeon cross the road? Because it was having sex with the chicken." See them in South Park.
Kyojuro Rengoku is training young Demon Slayers, inspiring them to fight: “If you are feeling that you are somehow not enough, set your heart ablaze. Dry your eyes and look ahead." See them in Demon Slayer.
Wanting to be free of her mortgage and her cheating husband, Beth Boland is fed up. See them in Good Girls.
Being beautiful and rich doesn't guarantee happiness for Cheryl Blossom. See them in Riverdale.
Things are changing so fast around Barbara Howard. And with so much new technology, she feels like she’s being outpaced at times. See them in Abbott Elementary.