7 Standout Summer TV Characters — Who's Your Favorite? (POLL)
Meryl Streep as Mary Louise
The strong cast of Big Little Lies
got even stronger for Season 2 with the addition of this Oscar winner who is winning at playing the unhinged mother-in-law of Nicole Kidman's Celeste.
Billy Porter as Pray Tell
This may be his second season in the role, but Billy Porter's Pose
character still captivates as the emcee of New York City's Ball scene.
Maya Hawke as Robin
This new addition to Stranger Things
was quickly adopted by fans as a favorite, Robin's no-nonsense ways and ribbing of co-worker/friend Steve (Joe Keery) made her a delight to watch in Season 3.
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Michael Sheen as Aziraphale
The angel to Crowley's Demon in Amazon's Good Omens
, Aziraphale's innate goodness and desire to experience the joys of life was both relatable and fun to watch.
Roselyn Sanchez as Gigi Mendoza
The matriarch of Grand Hotel
's Miami-based family, Gigi perfectly reflects the location via her fabulous outfits and a matching attitude.
Neal McDonough as Malcolm Beck
The actor joined Yellowstone
for Season 2 and already his character is shaping up to be a worthy villain against the Dutton family at the center of the Paramount Network hit.
Kevin Bacon as Jackie Rohr
The actor takes on Showtime's City on a Hill
as the quick-talking Boston cop who seems to think he's above the law.
Summer isn't really known for its great television, but 2019 is shaping up to be an exception with fantastic characters gracing screens at moment.
Whether you're streaming or tuning in, there's been no shortage of great personalities no matter their behavior because sometimes you can't help but love the baddies. Whether you're into comedy or drama's more your thing, there's someone for everyone and we're taking a look at seven figures who are making summer TV worth watching.
These shows' tomatometer scores are through the roof.
In the gallery above meet some of the faces that are making summer TV so great and let us know who your favorites are in the poll below. If you don't see your favorite among our list, let us know who you think is killing the game this summer in the comments below.