History DrivenToSuicide / LiveActionTV

12th Sep '16 8:37:23 PM Fireblood
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* ''Series/TheFamily'': Hank attempted suicide in prison, but couldn't go through with it.
24th Aug '16 9:04:16 PM Fireblood
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* ''{{Series/Guilt}}'': After he confesses to [[spoiler: murdering Molly]], Luc kills himself.
17th Aug '16 6:05:00 PM foxley
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* ''Series/InspectorGeorgeGently'': The VictimOfTheWeek in [[spoiler:"Breathe in the Air"]] is a doctor who was driven to suicide as a result of harassment from a corporation when she attempted to expose their corrupt practices that were given their workers cancer.
12th Aug '16 8:37:33 PM Fireblood
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* ''Series/{{Accused}}''In "Frankie's Story" Frankie's friend Peter is bullied ruthlessly by the other soldiers, led by their corporal, after he cracks under fire. This leads to him shooting himself. In "Tina's Story" Stephen Cartwright reappears when he enters a juvenile prison to start his time. After only a short time, he hangs himself. This spurs the episode's plot, as Tina blames another guard who didn't move him to a cell with another prisoner where he could be watched as she asked.
10th Aug '16 9:36:13 PM Fireblood
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* ''Series/MurderInTheFirst'': When Erich Blunt is finally nailed at the end of the first season, he hangs himself in his jail cell rather than facing life imprisonment. His maternal grandfather had done the same thing, dying of cancer and facing arrest himself, which Blunt praised previously.

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* ''Series/MurderInTheFirst'': When Erich Blunt is finally nailed at the end of the first season, he hangs himself in his jail cell rather than facing accept life imprisonment. His maternal grandfather had done the same thing, dying of cancer and facing arrest himself, which Blunt praised previously.previously.
* ''Series/ThePath'': Eddie's brother hanged himself in the past, which led to him finding and joining Meyerism.
24th Jul '16 8:20:35 PM Fireblood
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* ''Series/MurderInTheFirst'': When Erich Blunt is finally nailed at the end of the first season, he hangs himself in his jail cell rather than facing life imprisonment. His maternal grandfather had done the same thing, dying of cancer and facing arrest himself, which Blunt praised previously.
27th Jun '16 5:56:00 AM DesertDragon
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': From his bedchamber window, King Tommen Baratheon sees The High Sept utterly destroyed in wildfire, which also kills his wife, his entire royal court, and The High Sparrow. Dumbfounded, he stares at the ruin for several moments. He then takes off his crown, sets it aside, climbs into the window frame and quietly dives to his death.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': From his bedchamber window, Young King Tommen Baratheon spends most of his reign a powerless PuppetKing controlled by everyone around him. It all comes to a head when he sees The High Sept utterly destroyed in wildfire, which also kills his wife, his entire royal court, and The High Sparrow.Sparrow, all victims of [[MyBelovedSmother his mother Cersei]]'s machinations. Dumbfounded, he stares at the ruin for several moments. He then takes off his crown, crown and sets it aside, aside for anyone stupid enough to want it for themselves, then climbs into the window frame and quietly dives to his death.
26th Jun '16 8:27:45 PM evilwillhunting
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': From his bedchamber window, King Tommen Baratheon sees The High Sept utterly destroyed in wildfire, which also kills his wife, his entire royal court, and The High Sparrow. Dumbfounded, he stares at the ruin for several moments. He then takes off his crown, sets it aside, climbs into the window frame and quietly dives to his death.
9th Jun '16 12:54:11 AM PaulA
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* ''Series/EnemyAtTheDoor'', set in German-occupied territory during World War II, had multiple characters driven to end it all.
** The German pilot in "Steel Hand From the Sea", who has come to doubt both the usefulness of his past actions and Germany's chances against the British air force. Kluge suggests that he has become a DeathSeeker and recommends that, if so, he should commit suicide properly because seeking death by British airman would be unfair on the rest of the crew of his plane. Near the end of the episode he is shown contemplating Kluge's advice, but events intervene before he comes to a decision whether to take the plunge.
** In "V for Victory", an islander is presented with a choice: he will be sent to a labor camp on the mainland unless he gives up a friend who has been leaving subversive messages around town (which will get the friend the death penalty). These, the Germans tell him, are his only two options. Rather than accept either, he commits suicide.
** At the end of "Call of the Dead", Clare Martel attempts SuicideBySea, haunted by the actions she has had to take to survive. She lives, but goes off to convalesce in a convent and disappears from the series.
2nd Jun '16 3:43:13 PM Eagal
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* In ''Series/{{Powers}}'' [[spoiler: Krispin]] apparently kills himself at the end of season 2's first episode.
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