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15 TV Show Characters That Are Morally Grey but Everyone Loves

Morally grey characters on TV are some of the most captivating figures we love to follow. They aren’t your typical heroes or clear-cut villains; instead, they live in the murky middle ground where right and wrong often blur.

Tony Soprano from “The Sopranos” is perhaps one of the most famous morally grey characters. As the head of a New Jersey-based crime family, Tony engages in activities that are unquestionably criminal and often brutal.

Tony Soprano from “The Sopranos”

Walter White from “Breaking Bad” starts off as a sympathetic high school chemistry teacher diagnosed with terminal cancer, which initially garners viewer sympathy.

Walter White from “Breaking Bad”

Cersei Lannister from “Game of Thrones” presents another fascinating study in moral ambiguity. Cersei, driven by her fierce love for her children and her desire to maintain her power, commits numerous nefarious acts.

Cersei Lannister from “Game of Thrones”

Dexter Morgan from “Dexter” is a forensic blood spatter analyst by day and a vigilante serial killer by night. Dexter’s targets are other murderers who have escaped the judicial system, which posits him as a sort of dark hero.

Dexter Morgan from “Dexter”

Olivia Pope from “Scandal” epitomizes the morally grey protagonist in a political thriller context. As a professional “fixer” who handles crises and manages scandals for the political elite, Olivia often operates in a moral grey zone.

Olivia Pope from “Scandal”

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