Some tropes in Hollywood have been used so many times that you kind of grow bored with them. Other tropes still get used all the time but somehow find a way to reinvent themselves over time and stay fresh. The classic “good girl bad boy” couple trope is probably the best idea of this example.
The secret ingredients of a great TV show are a non-cliche plot, relatable characters that don’t make you cringe, and good acting. As the following examples show you, you can definitely have subpar main characters and still enjoy the show.
In the early 2000s, the supernatural, witch-themed series “Charmed” has introduced us to some of the most gorgeous and talented actors out there. If you ever stopped to wonder what happened to the cast after all this time, we’ve got you covered.
Friends, The Office, Scrub – you name it, their cast have great chemistry and seem like they actually enjoy spending time together even when they’re not on set. But what you might not know is quite a few of your favourite TV show co-stars couldn’t stand each other and you would never know.
Creating remakes of popular movies is a risky business. Characters become iconic due to their unique features, style, intricate plotlines, and of course appearance. There’s no denying the fact that we also fall for some characters just because they look cute. This is why so much controversy surrounds new characters of Lara Croft, Catwoman, and the Enchanted trio. Some fans could go along with the new actresses, but others simply couldn’t put up with the transformations their favorite heroines went through.