Thea's brother is a superhero. Her father is a super villian. Her boyfriend is a budding superhero and she just unknowingly hired the Black Canary as her bartender. Isn't it time she steps out of the shadows and shows her potential?
When Cary joined Alicia to form Florrick/Agos, it seemed as though he was finally ready for his close up. Not so fast! He's still playing second fiddle to the Governor's wife when he's clearly earned the right to man up and anchor an arc that doesn't support other characters.
Once Daphne's best friend and Bay's lover, now that those ties are broken he's been relagated to other supporting bits as Travis' best friend and Melody's son. It seems unbelievable that he's run out of story while it's thrust upon new characters.
There's no doubt that the cast of Parks and Rec is large, but Donna has proven her ability to bring laughs with stories like Twittergate. Why not focus the spotlight on her more often now that some regulars have skipped town?
Whether she's a best friend, a witch, a ghost or the living portal through which all supernatural beings must pass after death to get to the other side, somehow Bonnie's story never rises above her friends and enemies need to use her. She's proven her value beyond that time and again. Give her an independent arc!
Meera Malik, Donald Ressler and Harold Cooper are constantly pushed aside so Red and Liz can shine. There isn't even a photo of the three of them together. The more we know about the other characters the more interesting The Blacklist will be. Maybe they can figure out what Tom's up to since Liz is too blinded by love.
Bloom is one of the only people qualified to see beyond the crap that Hannibal drizzles over everything he touches. Let her loose. Put her to work studying both men more closely and let's see what happens.
Ever since Jake coupled up with Tamara we've watched him wither away into an extension of her. As fun as Tamara is she can be demanding, and it's time Jake assert himself in the relationship and gain a piece of himself to call his own.
The entire series is built around her fake death/disappearance and we still know barely anything about her. Whether through flashbacks or watching her on the run, it's time to get to know the mysterious Ali D.
She prostituted herself to save the firm, her baby daddy is one of the founding partners and she's a silent one but she's still a minor player/sex object. With one season remaining it's time her secrets are uncovered.
There's plenty going on already in New Orleans, don't get us wrong. But Kieran offers a unique window into the human world and it would be nice to spend more time with those who must live with the (sexy!) supernaturals on a daily basis.
Felicity: What's going on? Ray? Ray: Oliver Queen is the Arrow. Felicity: What? Ray: I have a 140 IQ and three PhDs, but it's pretty hard to insult my intelligence, but I'm pretty sure you just did. It all makes sense now. Your, ah, sudden disappearances, your apprehension of helping me with my mission. You've been working with the Arrow this whole time.