James "Sawyer" Ford (Lost)
With two hot leading men on least, each had their attributes. It was Sawyer's physique and witty remarks that tilted the scale for those who like a little danger in their men. The long hair didn't hurt, nor did his penchant for nicknames and getting into enough trouble to keep things interesting. As luck would have it, he was only looking for his true love the whole time, which he found in Juliet. - Carissa Pavlica
Klaus Mikaelson (The Originals)
Klaus started off as a villanous guest star on The Vampire Diaries but was such a dynamo that he got his own spin-off. He is beyond paranoid, has serious anger, and the worst daddy issues I've ever seen in a dude. He taken to daggering and preserving his family members in coffins at times he deems fit. However, his new baby girl Hope has changed the game and shown us a softer side of this Original Vampire.
Eric Northman (True Blood)
Eric Northman is the epitome of television bad boys. He's sexy, mysterious, charming, and he kills people on a regular basis. He may possess the power to glamour women, but this smoldering Viking Vampire doesn't need it.- Stacey Glanzman
Wade Kinsella (Hart of Dixie)
Zoe Hart had no idea what she was in for when she moved in next door to town player Wade Kinsella. He is extremely popular with the ladies, has already been divorced once, is notorious for pranks, and ended up seducing Zoe. Over the last few seasons he has gone from bartender to bar-owner and resident player to real deal boyfriend. His character growth only makes him hotter. Also, he should always be shirtless.
Hank Moody (Californication)
Successful but egotistical writer hits it big and moves from New York to LA when his book gets the Hollywood treatment. Hank is a total boozehound, who is caught with his pants down more than up. He has a total sex addiction and overall addiciton to making bad decisions. His love for ex-wife and daughter are one steadfast we see in Moody, played brilliantly by David Duchovny.
Jaime Lannister (Game of Thrones)
There is a theme with bad boys. They like to fight, have soft, emotional sides and a great love of family- in the case of Jaime Lannister, perhaps too much love. After spending some time on the road with Brienne of Tarth, his incestual tendencies started to fall away. Losing his hand and identity forced him to grow beyond his skills into a strong man. The more he steps up to a challenge, the more irresistable he becomes. - Carissa Pavlica
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