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In today’s blog post I will be covering what are, in my opinion, the five greatest TV villains on the 2000s.
These picks are my opinion so please don’t hate. If you feel I could have included someone, please leave their name in the comments. With each villain I will have embedded a YouTube video with a clip of each of them. Remember to support the channels who uploaded these clips.
Do not watch videos if you are underage (Blood, bad language, violence etc)
1. Ramsay Bolton – Game of Thrones
It’s almost impossible not to put Ramsay into this list. The Game of Thrones villain has contributed massively to the famous TV show where nobody is safe by killing main characters. I have chose Ramsay as opposed to Walder Frey and Joffrey due to the fact that I believe he is by far the most evil. From chopping off Theon’s “Private Property” to raping his wife, Ramsay is one twisted man. Ramsay is the worst villain in this list in my opinion.
Watch: Ramsay torturing Theon Greyjoy.
2. Negan – The Walking Dead
Negan was created by Robert Kirkman and is first seen in season 6 of AMC show “The Walking Dead” as well as in the comics of the same name. Negan has only been in the show for about a 15 minute scene at the end of the season 6 finale,but is was probably the most shocking scene from The Walking Dead yet. The insane man carries around a barbed wired baseball bat, named Lucille, which he uses to kill his enemies. In the famous scene he killed a beloved character from the show before it left a very controversial cliff-hanger not telling us who died.
Watch: Negan- The Walking Dead Finale.
3. Gustavo Fring – Breaking Bad
Gustavo Fring or just “Gus” is a character from “Breaking Bad”. Gus is a powerful man who seems emotionless most of the time. He is the owner of his own meth empire and a restaurant from the fast food chain Los Pollos Hermanos. The power of Gus comes from his intelligence, his contacts and his ruthlessness, all of which can be seen right the way through the Breaking Bad episodes he features in.
Watch: Gus Kill Victor.
4. Arthur Mitchell – Dexter
Arthur Mitchell aka The Trinity Killer is a character from Dexter. He was serial killer, most likely the greatest and most successful serial killer in Dexter. He had murdered over 260 people before he died. He murders his victims using mainly razors or hammers.
Watch: The Trinity Killers Second Victim.
5. The Master – Doctor Who
Before there are complaints, I am aware that “The Master” appeared in Doctor Who as early as 1971, however, this character is a recurring character, therefore is played by different actors and portrayed by William Hughes in 2005. The Master is the doctors fellow time lord, and like the doctor himself, he has had many incarnations throughout the series. The goal of the Master is simple, to rule the universe and cause the Doctor many problems while he does it.
The video below will show you all of the incarnations of this character from the 1970s to the 2000s.
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