Danny Rand (Iron Fist)
Shortly after abandoning K'un-Lun to fight The Hand in New York, it didn't take Danny long to lose the Zen-monk facade and turn into an insufferable caricature of a character. He mellowed out a bit in the second season, thanks to the influence of Luke Cage, but that was too little, too late.
Piper Chapman (Orange is The New Black)
It seems the only reason Piper was in this show was to serve as a gateway to the other much better characters. Entitled and arrogant: two words you normally wouldn't associate with an incarcerated person, but that is precisely what she is.
Prince Liam Henstridge (The Royals)
Robert coming back to claim the throne when he did raised a lot of red flags. Thankfully, Liam was quick to spot them. The only problem is he allowed his paranoia to turn him into a looney prophet of doom who only looked more like a crazy person the more he talked. He was right all along, but still.
Guinevere Beck (YOU)
Dating an obsessive, murdering stalker is a character flaw unto itself, yet somehow Beck manages to make us hate her more than we do her circle of lying, cheating friends. Now, if only someone could scupper that book deal she got, it'll be the ultimate move from our dear friend, karma.
Bill Compton (True Blood)
It didn't take long for everyone, except Sookie, to realize Bill didn't have that many attractive traits. He also allowed Sookie to get injured so he could feed her his blood which helped him monitor her better. Everyday control freaks don't hold a candle to this man.
Elizabeth Keen (The Blacklist)
Without Red to keep things interesting The Blacklist wouldn't have survived for as long as it has. Liz has the uncanny ability to suck the air out of every room she walks into which would've undoubtedly asphyxiated this show long before its time.