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19 TV Characters That Just Prove Not All Men Are Trash

Most of these men have one thing in common. When they made the first appearance in their series, they were honestly not that likable. However, as the series grew, you couldn’t help but fall in love with these characters.

We are talking about 19 TV characters that viewers hated at first but learned to love

1) Jess Mariano from Gilmore Girls

Jess staringly longingly for Rory, even though he claims to be "over it."

It was the reboot of Gilmore Girls which turned Jess into one of the most successful and well-rounded characters of the series.

2) Justin Foley from 13 Reasons Why

Justin telling his friends that they're meant to go through shit, but they always make it out alive.

Justin Folley was a guy you hated in the series initially but might have probably cried over his death scene.

3) Oscar “Spooky” Diaz from On My Block

Spooky telling Cesar that his mother was never really around when he grew up.

Oscar Diaz had a story we all rooted for. His character growth over the season was insane.

4) Theon Greyjoy from Game of Thrones

Theon taking Sansa's hand as they getting ready to jump off the side of the castle together.

Did you cry as hard as Sansa did when Theon Greyjoy died? Well, same!

5) Rogelio de la Vega from Jane the Virgin

Rogelio telling Rafael that Jane is a special girl and he should treat her right.

Rogelio was shown to be a very self-centered guy at the start of the series. However, things flipped towards the end

6) Steve Harrington from Stranger Things

Steve getting adorably excited when he realizes Dustin is back from summer camp.

Steve was a reckless punk initially who couldn’t care less about anyone. But as the series grew, we got to see the true mom side of his

7) Tom Koracik from Grey’s Anatomy

Teddy guiding Tom through a panic attack during surgery.

Tom’s arrogance might’ve made you despise him initially but the more you learn about him and why he is the way he is, the more you like him.

8) Nathaniel Plimpton III from Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

Nathaniel telling Rebecca that she makes him feel like a better person.

You see the real side of Nathaniel Plimpton when the series actually moves a little forward and it’s absolutely lovable

9) Zuko from Avatar: The Last Airbender

Zuko practicing his apology and saying that he's good now.

Zuko started out as the antagonist of the series later joins hands with the team and helps them restore balance to the world

10) Captain Holt from Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Captain Holt telling Jake to call himself "Velvet Thunder."

Captain Holt from Brooklyn Nine-Nine gets better literally in the same episode

11) Lucifer from Lucifer

Yes, we fell in love with Satan too.

12) Negan from The Walking Dead

Negan saying, "Well, pardon me, young man. Excuse the shit out of my goddamn French, but did you just threaten me?"

How quick did you forgive him for killing Glenn?

13) Schmidt from New Girl

Schmidt complaining about the neighborhood youths.

Schmidt might’ve been a flirt initially but he proved to be a really good husband, friend, and stay-at-home dad.

14) Darryl Philbin from The Office

15) Alex Karev from Grey’s Anatomy

Alex telling Meredith that it's okay if she doesn't like her new ~love interest~ but if she does, that's okay too.

Alex’s love for Meredith made us totally forget how evil of a person he initially was.

16) Daryl Dixon from The Walking Dead

Daryl defending Rick and Michonne by sacrificing himself.

Daryl did the best thing to distance himself from his brother Merle. He turned into a much better man!

17) David Rose from Schitt’s Creek

David telling Stevie he wants to prove to everyone that he's not a joke.

David couldn’t be the mean guy for a very long time. He grows into a better person in not much time

18) Pacey Witter from Dawson’s Creek

Pacey telling Joey how he wants the world to see her the same way he does: classy, intelligent, beautiful, and more graceful than anyone on the planet.

Pacey was a very self-centered person in the beginnings but boy what a transformation!

19) Klaus Mikaelson from The Vampire Diaries and The Originals

Klaus telling his daughter than nothing will ever hurt her because he'll always protect her.

Klaus might’ve killed multiple characters throughout Vampire Diaries but was total changed man during his spin-off The Originals

Source: Buzz Feed

Written by Muneer

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