History KilledOffForReal / LiveActionTV

29th Apr '16 10:37:22 AM Slothgirl
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**Actually, Word of God is that Gabriel is (somehow) still alive. Whether he'll be back or not is anyone's guess.
14th Apr '16 1:32:37 AM VesperLord
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* Not many major heroes stay dead in the ''Franchise/Arrowverse'' other than (seemingly) Ronnie Raymond, but many of the villains have been killed off... often by the heroes.

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* Not many major heroes stay dead in the ''Franchise/Arrowverse'' ''Franchise/{{Arrowverse}}'' other than (seemingly) Ronnie Raymond, but many of the villains have been killed off... often by the heroes.
14th Apr '16 1:29:22 AM VesperLord
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* Not many major heroes stay dead in the ''Franchise/Arrowverse'' other than (seemingly) Ronnie Raymond, but many of the villains have been killed off... often by the heroes.
1st Apr '16 11:33:48 PM nombretomado
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* ''EarthFinalConflict'' manages to kill off a good number of main and supporting characters over its 5 seasons. First of all, there's the Season 1 protagonist William Boone, disintegrated by Zo'or in the season finale. He is brought back for two episodes in Season 5... and is KilledOffScreen, whose death is briefly mentioned and forgotten in the GrandFinale. Boone's pilot and partner Lili Marquette gets PutOnTheBus, only to come back for a two-parter and then leave again. In Season 5, it's implied that she's dead. Jonathan Doors, the leader of LaResistance, is killed by his son's [[AIIsACrapshoot crapshoot AI]], only to come back as a digital consciousness that dooms the Taelon race before being deleted. The Season 4 finale gives us Liam Kincaid, the protagonist of seasons 2-4, although he inexplicably comes back in the GrandFinale and actually stays alive. Then we got Da'an, Zo'or, and Vorjak, plus the entire Taelon and Jaridian races. Zo'or is briefly brought back in Season 5 as an Atavus before being blown up. The Taelon race is "revived" as Ra'jel. Season 5 also gives us Juda, Howlyn's mate, whose death signifies that humans are no longer as palatable to the Atavus as before. Finally, the GrandFinale has Howlyn himself being challenged and killed by another Atavus warrior, and Ronald Sandoval, who has been in the show from the beginning, gets ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice by Renee.
* Den Watts was Killed Off for Real in ''EastEnders'', but as proof of just how hard it is to kill a soap star, he was resurrected many years later with the {{Retcon}} that he was hiding in Spain. But after this miraculous recovery from the choir invisible, he was finally really, ''really'' killed, and just to hammer it home to future writers not to bring him back, there was a whole arc around the disposal, discovery and then burial [[DisposingOfABody of his body]]. So he can't be brought back this time... [[ZombieApocalypse we hope]].

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* ''EarthFinalConflict'' ''Series/EarthFinalConflict'' manages to kill off a good number of main and supporting characters over its 5 seasons. First of all, there's the Season 1 protagonist William Boone, disintegrated by Zo'or in the season finale. He is brought back for two episodes in Season 5... and is KilledOffScreen, whose death is briefly mentioned and forgotten in the GrandFinale. Boone's pilot and partner Lili Marquette gets PutOnTheBus, only to come back for a two-parter and then leave again. In Season 5, it's implied that she's dead. Jonathan Doors, the leader of LaResistance, is killed by his son's [[AIIsACrapshoot crapshoot AI]], only to come back as a digital consciousness that dooms the Taelon race before being deleted. The Season 4 finale gives us Liam Kincaid, the protagonist of seasons 2-4, although he inexplicably comes back in the GrandFinale and actually stays alive. Then we got Da'an, Zo'or, and Vorjak, plus the entire Taelon and Jaridian races. Zo'or is briefly brought back in Season 5 as an Atavus before being blown up. The Taelon race is "revived" as Ra'jel. Season 5 also gives us Juda, Howlyn's mate, whose death signifies that humans are no longer as palatable to the Atavus as before. Finally, the GrandFinale has Howlyn himself being challenged and killed by another Atavus warrior, and Ronald Sandoval, who has been in the show from the beginning, gets ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice by Renee.
* Den Watts was Killed Off for Real in ''EastEnders'', ''Series/EastEnders'', but as proof of just how hard it is to kill a soap star, he was resurrected many years later with the {{Retcon}} that he was hiding in Spain. But after this miraculous recovery from the choir invisible, he was finally really, ''really'' killed, and just to hammer it home to future writers not to bring him back, there was a whole arc around the disposal, discovery and then burial [[DisposingOfABody of his body]]. So he can't be brought back this time... [[ZombieApocalypse we hope]].
13th Mar '16 8:29:36 AM skidoo23
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** In the classic show's history, only one regular companion has been taken from the Doctor by death: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS19E6Earthshock Adric]]. He was trapped on a freighter ship that crashed into prehistoric Earth, wiping out the dinosaurs... and himself.

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** In the classic show's history, only one regular ongoing companion has been taken from the Doctor by death: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS19E6Earthshock Adric]].Adric]][[note]]Adric is not the first character identified as a "companion" to die, however the characters of Katarina and Sara Kingdom, both of whom died in the same 1960s story, "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS3E4TheDaleksMasterPlan The Daleks' Master Plan]]", had only been with the Doctor for a few episodes each. Adric, by comparison, was in his second season with the show.[[/note]]. He was trapped on a freighter ship that crashed into prehistoric Earth, wiping out the dinosaurs... and himself.
26th Feb '16 10:30:27 AM Sapphirea2
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** In Series 7, Amy and Rory - they lived out their lives in the past, [[TrappedInThePast unable to return because of a fixed point in time]]. Notably, they're the first companions ([[OneShotCharacter one shots]] notwithstanding) to have this happen since Adric.
*** This is partly because they have just caused the mother of all paradoxes by jumping off the roof, causing the events of the episode not to have happened. Trying to make another paradox, even a small one, could rip a space/time hole in New York.
*** Also, it's just the Doctor who can't go and see them, so they technically weren't separated by death. River can visit them any time she wants.
** In the entire show's history, only one regular companion has been taken from the Doctor by death: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS19E6Earthshock Adric]]. He was trapped on a freighter ship that crashed into prehistoric Earth, wiping out the dinosaurs... and himself.
** This was also [[spoiler: Clara's fate. And where Amy and Rory die off-screen, Clara dies on screen, screaming in pain... It's as horrible to watch as it sounds.]]
*** Slightly undermined [[spoiler: when Clara is brought back in the season finale, living in the last second of her life, and is shown to be off having adventures before she goes back to actually die. Considering the timeline seems to be ok, it's implied that she does eventually go back, though no telling how many adventures she has before that time.]]

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** In Series 7, Amy and Rory have a variation - they lived live out their lives in the past, [[TrappedInThePast unable to return because of a fixed point in time]]. Notably, they're the first companions ([[OneShotCharacter one shots]] notwithstanding) to have something like this happen since Adric.
*** This is partly because they have just
Adric. They caused the mother of all paradoxes by jumping off the roof, causing the events of the episode not to have happened. Trying to make another paradox, even a small one, could rip a space/time hole in New York.
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York. Also, it's just the Doctor who can't go and see them, so they technically weren't separated by death. River can visit them any time she wants.
** In the entire classic show's history, only one regular companion has been taken from the Doctor by death: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS19E6Earthshock Adric]]. He was trapped on a freighter ship that crashed into prehistoric Earth, wiping out the dinosaurs... and himself.
** This was also [[spoiler: Clara's fate. And where In the new series, this is Clara Oswald's fate in "Face the Raven". Where Amy and Rory die off-screen, Clara dies on screen, on-screen, screaming in pain... pain, in a SenselessSacrifice that sees her soul ripped from her body...It's as horrible to watch as it sounds.]]
*** Slightly undermined [[spoiler: when Clara is brought back in
sounds, and the season finale, Doctor has no means of saving her. He has a '''severe''' SanitySlippage (exacerbated by torture) and in "Hell Bent" two episodes later is an AntiVillain who ''knowingly risks the universe'' by violating the fixed point of her death via pulling her out of time, leaving her living in the last second of her life, life. In the end, they realize he must return to his best self and they must part ways for good; however, having obtained a second TARDIS in the course of events, Clara is shown to be off having adventures before she goes back to actually die. in it at the end! Considering the timeline seems to be ok, OK so far, it's implied that implied she does eventually go back, goes back to Gallifrey and the moment of her death, though there's no telling how many adventures she has before that time.]]much time will have passed for her. In any case, her death is NOT actually reversed, and never can be; rather she's a case of OurZombiesAreDifferent!
8th Feb '16 2:27:33 AM JianGeGe
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* In ''KamenRiderRyuki'', this is what happens to ''every single Kamen Rider'' in the series. Yes, [[spoiler: that includes the main character]]. While they are all brought back to life via ResetButton, none of them remember the events of the series and thus are essentially different people from their counterparts in the original timeline.
14th Dec '15 6:35:32 AM Irid
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*** Slightly undermined [[spoiler: when Clara is brought back in the season finale, living in the last second of her life, and is shown to be off having adventures before she goes back to actually die. Considering the timeline seems to be ok, it's implied that she does eventually go back, though no telling how many adventures she has before that time.]]
27th Nov '15 11:59:03 AM nombretomado
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* Generalissimo Francisco Franco on ''SaturdayNightLive''.

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* Generalissimo Francisco Franco on ''SaturdayNightLive''.''Series/SaturdayNightLive''.
27th Nov '15 1:15:48 AM ebrown2112
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* ''Series/{{Heroes}}'': Eden [=McCain=], Simon Deveaux, Isaac Mendez, Daniel Linderman, D.L. Hawkins, Kaito Nakamura, Niki Sanders, Bob Bishop, Adam Monroe, Elle Bishop, Arthur Petrelli, Benjamin "Knox" Washington, Daphne Millbrook and Nathan Petrelli. All major or significant recurring characters, and all Killed Off for Real.

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* ''Series/{{Heroes}}'': Eden [=McCain=], Simon Simone Deveaux, Isaac Mendez, Daniel Linderman, D.L. Hawkins, Kaito Nakamura, Niki Sanders, Bob Bishop, Adam Monroe, Elle Bishop, Arthur Petrelli, Benjamin "Knox" Washington, Daphne Millbrook and Nathan Petrelli. All major or significant recurring characters, and all Killed Off for Real.
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