The TV characters we hate the most

Joffrey Baratheon - Game of Thrones
Emily Waltham - Friends
Andy Bernard - The Office
Shannon Rutherford - Lost
Janice Soprano - The Sopranos
Owen Hunt - Grey's Anatomy
Betty Draper - Mad Men
Pete Campbell - Mad Men
Daniel LaRusso - Cobra Kai
Skyler White - Breaking Bad
Marnie Michaels - Girls
Billy Hargrove - Stranger Things
Madelyn Stillwell - The Boys
Ivar 'The Boneless' - Vikings
Lori Grimes - The Walking Dead
Jack Randall - Outlander
Hannah Kahnwald - Dark
King Alfredo - The Last Kingdom
Joe Blake - The Man in the High Castle
Michaela Pratt - How to Get Away with Murder
Barbara Kean - Gotham
Jeremy Jamm - Parks and Recreation
Chuck Bass - Gossip Girl
Arturo 'Arturito' Román - Money Heist
Vanessa Abrams - Gossip Girl
Archie Andrews - Riverdale
Kimmy Gibbler - Fuller House
George Méndez - Orange is the New Black
Bryce Walker - 13 Reasons Why
'T-Bag' Bagwell - Prison Break
Lex Luthor - Smallville
Joffrey Baratheon - Game of Thrones

Joffrey Baratheon, King of the Seven Kingdoms from 298 until his death in 300 AD, personifies all the bad qualities a villain can have.  An immature, arrogant man, he is as bad as he is lonely and manipulative. Without a doubt, he is a detestable character.

Emily Waltham - Friends

She was Ross Geller's second wife on the series 'Friends'. The character played by actress Helen Baxendale was angered when Ross said Rachel's name at their wedding instead of her's, so she forbade him from having a relationship with Rachel. That infuriated the public who could no longer bear her.

Andy Bernard - The Office

Andy Bernard is a character who always tries to be nice and adorable in front of others, but the reality is that he is an obsessive and very insecure guy. That contrast between this falsehood and reality makes him unbearable.

Shannon Rutherford - Lost

A posh girl, goofy, irresponsible, vain and narcissistic. The only thing that mattered to her was her. They had had a plane crash ... were there any injuries? Were there people having a hard time? Well, she only cared about the beach.

Janice Soprano - The Sopranos

Janice is a much less charismatic version of her brother, Tony Soprano. She ends up being a worse and more irritating version of him, which is why no fan of the series can stand her.

Owen Hunt - Grey's Anatomy

Owen Hunt in 'Grey's Anatomy' was sometimes a miserable and irritating character. As such, despite not being hateful per se, in many moments he tested the patience of fans.

Betty Draper - Mad Men

Betty Draper is Don Draper's wife in 'Mad Men', a character that fans did not like, especially after her second marriage to Francis. She has a monotonous and robotic life that tires even her most loyal followers, and she's seemingly an insensitive and cold woman.

Pete Campbell - Mad Men

Speaking of spoiled children who only think about themselves, let me introduce Pete Campbell, from 'Mad Men'. A guy who, in addition to being ruthless with women, is arrogant and presumptuous, who thinks he is above others and everything around him.

Daniel LaRusso - Cobra Kai

The mythical kid from 'Karate Kid' is older and in 'Cobra Kai', the Disney series, he starts out being mean and annoying. Of course, in his favour, we will say that he improved over the course of the series.

Skyler White - Breaking Bad

Such is the anger of fans of the series with the character, the actress Anna Gunn has even received abuse from them in the real world. Her character only seeks to control the business by restricting the freedom of her husband, Walter White.

Marnie Michaels - Girls

She is the typical self-centred person who only knows how to talk about herself. Irritating and pedantic, it is always "me, me, me". Obviously, it ends up exhausting any fan.

Billy Hargrove - Stranger Things

In a series like 'Stranger Things', where everyone is likeable (except for the Demogorgon), Billy Hargrove appears as a posh, vulgar, arrogant and tyrannical guy, who we instantly dislike from the first minute he appears onscreen.

Madelyn Stillwell - The Boys

Although Madelyn Stillwell's character might seem kind and polite, in reality, she is a selfish and unstable person who only uses people to get what she wants. Only obsessed with her baby Teddy, she abuses her authority by trampling on everyone and without thinking about the damage she does to others.

Ivar 'The Boneless' - Vikings

As a result of the union between Ragnar Lothbrok and the hated Aslaug, Ivar Ragnarsson was born and became known as 'The Boneless', as he had no bones in his legs. Despite this, we cannot feel sympathy for him because this character proclaims himself as a god and is ruthless and bloodthirsty. He is someone who does not hesitate to destroy his own brothers or his own people for absolute power.

Lori Grimes - The Walking Dead

A clear example of a manipulative character. Lori was always trying to control her husband, Rick Grimes, and she was continually criticizing others and lying. Everyone became so fed up with her, the fans of the series even celebrated her death in the third season of 'The Walking Dead'.

Jack Randall - Outlander

The English captain Jack Randall is a true tyrant, obsessed with Jamie Fraser and with everything that has to do with Scotland in his warlike ravings. Not to mention his fondness for abuse and gratuitously taking life.

Hannah Kahnwald - Dark

She is the mother of the protagonist in the German series 'Dark,' and her unhealthy obsession with Ulrich Nielsen brings out the worst in her, reaching a nadir when she travels back in time and leaves Ulrich abandoned forever.

King Alfredo - The Last Kingdom

Alfred the Great, King of Wessex, is another one of those characters that cannot be liked by anyone. A Religious zealot, belligerent and bloodthirsty, he made alliances with Uthred. He promised him everything, but he never fulfilled those promises, and this villain always wrecked the life of the protagonist of 'The Last Kingdom'.

Joe Blake - The Man in the High Castle

At first, he makes us think that he is part of the resistance against the Nazis in the United States, but in the end, he was actually one of them. What's more, he's the son of one of the bosses. His love affair with Juliana Crain is also tiring, and it drains both of them.

Michaela Pratt - How to Get Away with Murder

She's a law student with Annalize Keating, and for her, advancing in her professional life is the most important thing and she does whatever it takes to achieve it at all costs. She does not mind stepping on others and is a poor friend to the people in her university group. Furthermore, she didn't treat poor Asher well at all, not when they were dating and not after they broke up.

Barbara Kean - Gotham

From being the sympathetic and devoted girlfriend of James Gordon, to becoming a dangerous criminal, her obsession with good Gordon leads her to do everything against him, and she has an unbearable personality.

Jeremy Jamm - Parks and Recreation

With the character of Jeremy Jamm, something curious happens to us and that is that you have to hate him. We don't just hate him for the evil things he does, we also hate him because he is inherently unbearable.

Chuck Bass - Gossip Girl

The character of Chuck Bass is a clear example of a high school baddie. A party animal and a womanizer, he spends his days seeking intimate relationships with whatever girl he finds, but he is always obsessed with Blair Waldorf. In addition, he is a manipulative and cynical person. A jewel!

Arturo 'Arturito' Román - Money Heist

Is there a more obnoxious character than Arturo? He is the true villain of 'Money Heist', and a coward to boot. But every villain plays a role in the story and helps the plot to progress. So, every good series needs an obnoxious character. With that in mind, here's a rough list of fictional characters that we love to hate.

Vanessa Abrams - Gossip Girl

Vanessa Abrams' character appeared in the 'Gossip Girl' series frequently. She was a childhood friend of Dan, but made it clear that she never liked the Upper East Side. The reality is that fans of the series never liked this character, who ended up getting away from everything.

Archie Andrews - Riverdale

A clear example of an egocentric character. Archie Andrews thinks only of himself and does not care at all what happens to him or what others think.

Kimmy Gibbler - Fuller House

Despite being a seemingly endearing person, deep down she is an annoying burden. Kimmy Gibbler is one of those people that you would not like to have in your life but who, unfortunately, is always there.

George Méndez - Orange is the New Black

The role of George Méndez is that of a security guard in a women's prison, where he believes himself the owner and lord of everything, who mistreats and abuses the inmates, in addition to offering them illegal substances. The most hated character in the series, hands down.

Bryce Walker - 13 Reasons Why

Preppy and spoiled children usually top the list, and here is another example. The typical high school pimp who dominates those he considers weaker than him. To make matters worse, he is a misogynist and abuser. There are many reasons to hate him.

'T-Bag' Bagwell - Prison Break

A character with two faces. T-Bag could show us one or the other, the good or the bad. Maybe we found it funny that there was no one to put up with it, or maybe he was a good person who did some atrocious things that left us speechless.

Lex Luthor - Smallville

The typical posh boy with a rich, proud daddy - he became one of the baddest baddies in the DC universe. Fans can only wish the worst for this villain, and that Superman does away with him once and for all.

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