Top 10 Drama Female Characters
Ava didn't do a whole lot this past season, thought the impact she had on one character was impressive. She kept season 1 villain Boyd Crowder from his criminal ways for most of the season. By the time he was ready to get back into it, a bond had grown between them and she chose to help him out.
Julia is a professional with a young daughter and a stay-at-home husband. She doesn't act on impulse much, and likes things in order. Julia and Joel (her husband) decided to have a baby this season, but unfortunately there have been complications that have led to some major emotional drama for the couple. Julia still maintains her composure when she's around the rest of the family though.
In a family full of cops, Erin is the black sheep of the Regans. As an assistant district attorney, she is often on the other side of a case from her detective brother Danny. They see things very differently. Where Danny will do whatever it takes to help someone in danger, Erin would rather stick with the legalities and only do what is within her rights. Things do work gloriously when the two of them can agree on something.
Jackie started out on Blue Bloods as a guest star, but quickly became a series regular. Jackie is a detective, and Danny Reagan's partner. The two of them are pretty close to unstoppable in solving crimes, even when they seem completely out of reach.
Harriet Korn left a long career in patent law to open her own defense law firm. With the help of her assistant and a young, brash attorney, she was able to set up shop in a dangerous part of Cincinnati. Harry is not afraid to say what's on her mind, and though it sometimes gets her into trouble, she does have a way with words to get a courtroom on her side.
Miss Schroeder is an Irish immigrant living in Atlantic City. After a series of events that led to her husband's death, she became a love interest to local politician (and bootlegger) Nucky Thompson. The transistion from an immigrant living in poverty to the girlfriend of the wealthiest man in Atlantic City has not been an easy one for her. Especially as she learns about the illegal activities her man takes part in.
Elizabeth is the wife of FBI agent Peter Burke. She saw the good in Neal, Peter's con-artist-turned-partner before Peter even did. She loves Peter very much, and accepts the dangerous life he lives. Though she doesn't get a lot of screen time, the scene lights up when Elizabeth is present.
Sarah is the oldest daughter of the Braverman clan, and has had the hardest life. She had two children with a drug and alcohol addicted musician who hasn't been in her life for many years. She is stuck raising her two children on her own, and often struggles. Sarah brings some of the most emotional content to the show, and it always feels very real. There might only be one person on the show is brings the dramatic chops more that she does, and that's her daughter Amber.
Amber is the daughter of Sarah Braverman, and struggles to find her place in life. She has been an outsider for a long time. Amber is very intelligent and musically inclined. She recently started applying to colleges, but unfortunately wasn't accepted. That derailed her for a bit, but she is a strong young woman and will find her way back on the right path.
If there was one woman on television this past season that could hold an audience, it was Mags Bennett. The matriarch of the Bennett clan, she knew Marshall Raylan Givens when he was a boy the same age as her son Dickey. The Bennetts and Givens have a history of not getting along though, always vying for power in their little part of the Kentucky backwoods. She ran many illegal activities in the county, and also made a mean batch of moonshine (called Apple Pie). Mags knew how to get mad too. She once broke her boy Coover's hand with a hammer. Things heated up between Mags and Raylan when he was forced to kill one of her three sons. This led to an eventual showdown between Raylan and the rest of the Bennetts.