There's nothing better than seeing strong powerful women exemplified on television. So in other words, there's nothing better than female characters in general.
Some characters use physical strength, some use mental intuition, and others use a combination of both.
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No matter what special skills and abilities these women have, they're all kickass and powerful characters we just can't help but adore.
In the words of Arianna Grande, God is a woman and these 21 TV characters can prove it.
Chloe Decker - Lucifer
The fact that Chloe is a homicide detective with the LAPD is already cool. But the fact that she's able to stand up to the actual devil himself is downright bold. She's not afraid to take on anyone and will do whatever is necessary to uncover the truth.
Jessica Jones - Jessica Jones
Don't mess with Jessica Jones. Just...don't do it. Her determination mixed with her badassness is a combination you do not want to experience in a fight.
Nico Minoru - Marvel's Runaways
Nico may be able to wield a crazy powerful staff, but that's not the only thing that makes her awesome. She's funny, intelligent, and can stand her ground no matter who she's facing.
Wynonna Earp - Wynonna Earp
Wynonna Earp can singlehandedly take on a demon without so much as an eye roll. But don't let that fool you from just how complex and emotional she can be as well. Wynonna is literally the entire package and the kind of character you don't see often.
Carrie Mathison - Homeland
Carrie can overcome just about anything. And there's no question that she's had some serious crap thrown her way. But despite it all, she still manages to prevail and stay true to herself.
Cheryl Blossom - Riverdale
Cheryl Blossom is a force to be reckoned with. Whether she's holding you captive with her bow and arrow or her glare, Cheryl is someone whose bad side you do not want to be on. You can always count on her to come up with a scheme to get you out of any situation. Or get you into one since chaos is basically Cheryl's middle name.