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22nd May '17 8:32:43 PM rjd1922
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* ''Anime/SonicX'' featured more Canon Foreigners than characters from the games. Most notably are the Thorndyke family, Eggman's crew, Cosmo and Dark Oak.

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* ''Anime/SonicX'' featured more Canon Foreigners than characters from the games. Most notably are the Thorndyke family, Eggman's crew, Cosmo Cosmo, and the Metarex, aliens led by Dark Oak.
20th May '17 10:23:08 AM nombretomado
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* The ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'' manga introduces the Dragon Warriors Aida, Bigelow, Genji, and Lennon, in ''The Terror of Exodus'', Deane and Shiva, in ''The Quest of the Avatar'', and Susadora and Vitor, in ''The Fall of Magincia''.

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* The ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Ultima}}'' manga introduces the Dragon Warriors Aida, Bigelow, Genji, and Lennon, in ''The Terror of Exodus'', Deane and Shiva, in ''The Quest of the Avatar'', and Susadora and Vitor, in ''The Fall of Magincia''.



* In ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'', ''Escape from Mt. Drash'' introduces the Garrintrots, ''Runes of Virtue'' introduces the Black Knight, ''Ultima Forever'' introduces Lady Garriott, ''VideoGame/UltimaUnderworld'' introduces a bunch of characters, and ''VideoGame/UltimaOnline'' has its own AlternateContinuity characters.

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* In ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Ultima}}'', ''Escape from Mt. Drash'' introduces the Garrintrots, ''Runes of Virtue'' introduces the Black Knight, ''Ultima Forever'' introduces Lady Garriott, ''VideoGame/UltimaUnderworld'' introduces a bunch of characters, and ''VideoGame/UltimaOnline'' has its own AlternateContinuity characters.
20th May '17 10:22:17 AM nombretomado
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* The ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'' novels introduce Baron Amrik, Ariel, and Sharon, in ''Ultima Underworld'', Cindy, Howard, Philipps, and Zole, in ''The Cabal of Zole the Mage'', Roto, in ''Adventure Novels: Ultima I'', Gauta, in ''Adventure Novels: Ultima IV'', and Aya Mizugami, Takuma Hiura, and Kitasato, the Spirit of Wind, in ''Monstrous Metamorphosis''.

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* The ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Ultima}}'' novels introduce Baron Amrik, Ariel, and Sharon, in ''Ultima Underworld'', Cindy, Howard, Philipps, and Zole, in ''The Cabal of Zole the Mage'', Roto, in ''Adventure Novels: Ultima I'', Gauta, in ''Adventure Novels: Ultima IV'', and Aya Mizugami, Takuma Hiura, and Kitasato, the Spirit of Wind, in ''Monstrous Metamorphosis''.
18th May '17 10:04:21 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* The remake of ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden'', ''VideoGame/FireEmblemEchoesShadowsOfValentia'', has four new characters: Berkut (Emperor Rudolf's ambitious nephew), Linea (Berkut's girlfriend and MoralityPet), Faye (Alm's HopelessSuitor), Fernand (Clair and Clive's treacherous former friend) and Conrad (Celica's MysteriousProtector [[spoiler: and long-lost older brother.]])
18th May '17 1:37:36 AM CaptainTedium
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* Rhe animated adaptation of ''WesternAnimation/BabyBlues'' added the Bittermans, Darryl's co-worker Kenny, and Bizzy the babysitter.

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* Rhe The animated adaptation of ''WesternAnimation/BabyBlues'' added the Bittermans, Darryl's co-worker Kenny, and Bizzy the babysitter.


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* The ''WesternAnimation/GarbagePailKidsCartoon'', an AnimatedAdaptation of the ''Franchise/GarbagePailKids'' trading cards, featured a lot of Garbage Pail Kids that didn't exist in the original trading cards, most of them appearing as bit characters in the movie parody segments. Two notable examples are Louie Litter the sentient trash can and wrecked airplane Bombed Bill, who both appeared in the episode "Honest Abe Has a Close Shave".
14th May '17 1:34:55 AM LinTaylor
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* The ''Series/PowerRangersDinoCharge'' toyline included an ammonite zord. While there was an ammonite charger in the series, it was only a power-up and never had an associated ranger or zord in neither the adapted nor [[Series/ZyudenSentaiKyoryuger original]] series.

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* The ''Series/PowerRangersDinoCharge'' toyline included an ammonite zord. While there was an ammonite charger had a few exclusive Zords that didn't appear in either the series, it was only a power-up and never had an associated ranger TV series or zord in neither the adapted nor its [[Series/ZyudenSentaiKyoryuger original]] series.source material]] -- the latter justifying it by saying that the "auxiliary" dinosaurs lost their physical form in the battle against the BigBad at the end of the dinosaur era.
13th May '17 5:57:14 PM nombretomado
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* The first ''Franchise/StarCraft'' ExpandedUniverse novel, ''Liberty's Crusade'', was a PragmaticAdaptation of the first game's Terran campaign. Its viewpoint character is a journalist named Michael Liberty who is embedded with then-Colonel Edmund Duke's Alpha Squadron (partly to hide him from Confederate magnates he pissed off with his previous story). With the exception of ''Queen of Blades'' (which covers the ''SC'' Zerg campaign from Jim Raynor's viewpoint) and ''Speed of Darkness'' (which focuses on a group of Confederate Marines on Mar Sara who were [[HeroOfAnotherStory Heroes of Another Story]] to the PlayerCharacter of the Terran campaign[[note]]They fought a [[YouShallNotPass holding]] [[LastStand action]] against the Zerg at the same time as the third Terran mission, which diverted substantial forces away from the PC's troops and enabled their escape.[[/note]]), the other books don't touch the game campaigns, inevitably creating dozens of Canon Foreigners.

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* The first ''Franchise/StarCraft'' ''VideoGame/StarCraft'' ExpandedUniverse novel, ''Liberty's Crusade'', was a PragmaticAdaptation of the first game's Terran campaign. Its viewpoint character is a journalist named Michael Liberty who is embedded with then-Colonel Edmund Duke's Alpha Squadron (partly to hide him from Confederate magnates he pissed off with his previous story). With the exception of ''Queen of Blades'' (which covers the ''SC'' Zerg campaign from Jim Raynor's viewpoint) and ''Speed of Darkness'' (which focuses on a group of Confederate Marines on Mar Sara who were [[HeroOfAnotherStory Heroes of Another Story]] to the PlayerCharacter of the Terran campaign[[note]]They fought a [[YouShallNotPass holding]] [[LastStand action]] against the Zerg at the same time as the third Terran mission, which diverted substantial forces away from the PC's troops and enabled their escape.[[/note]]), the other books don't touch the game campaigns, inevitably creating dozens of Canon Foreigners.
14th Apr '17 12:09:46 AM jormis29
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* All seventeen of the ''Franchise/DragonBall'' [[NonSerialMovie movies]], apart from ''Mystical Adventure'' and ''The Path to Power'', featured original characters who were never seen in the original manga, although Garlic Jr. from ''Anime/TheDeadZone'' did appear in an [[FillerArc anime-only story arc]] in the TV series, as did Gohan's pet dragon from ''Anime/TheTreeOfMight''.
** While Bardock from the TV special: ''Bardock - The Father of Goku'' [[CanonImmigrant briefly cameos in the manga]], several of his allies and enemies who starred in the special do not.

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* All seventeen of the ''Franchise/DragonBall'' [[NonSerialMovie movies]], apart from ''Mystical Adventure'' ''[[Anime/DragonBallMysticalAdventure Mystical Adventure]]'' and ''The ''[[Anime/DragonBallThePathToPower The Path to Power'', Power]]'', featured original characters who were never seen in the original manga, although Garlic Jr. from ''Anime/TheDeadZone'' did appear in an [[FillerArc anime-only story arc]] in the TV series, as did Gohan's pet dragon from ''Anime/TheTreeOfMight''.
** While Bardock from the TV special: ''Bardock ''[[Anime/DragonBallZBardockTheFatherOfGoku Bardock - The Father of Goku'' Goku]]'' [[CanonImmigrant briefly cameos in the manga]], several of his allies and enemies who starred in the special do not.
11th Apr '17 7:45:42 PM Puterboy1
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* Andrea Beaumont, the [[spoiler: title villain]] from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanMaskOfThePhantasm''.

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* Andrea Beaumont, the [[spoiler: title villain]] from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanMaskOfThePhantasm''.''WesternAnimation/BatmanMaskOfThePhantasm'', who is actually based on Rachel Caspian from ''Batman: Year Two''.



** Rachel Dawes from ''Film/TheDarkKnightSaga''.
** ''Film/BatmanForever'' has a love interest named Dr. Chase Meridian, who only ever existed in that movie.

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** Rachel Dawes from ''Film/TheDarkKnightSaga''.
''Film/TheDarkKnightSaga''. Like Andrea Beaumont from ''Mask of the Phantasm'', she is based on Rachel Caspian.
** ''Film/BatmanForever'' has a love interest named Dr. Chase Meridian, who only ever existed in that movie. Later incorporated into the comics via ''Legends of the Dark Knight''.
11th Apr '17 6:07:17 PM NightShade96
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* A fair number of villains in ''Series/{{Batman}}'', such as Egghead, Siren, Archer, Black Widow (No, not [[Comicbook/BlackWidow that one]]), Chandel and Nora Clavicle. A few of them like Bookworm and King Tut became {{Canon Immigrant}}s.
* ''Series/NinjaTurtlesTheNextMutation'' introduced a lot of characters that weren't featured in any previous incarnation of ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' and, given co-creator Peter Laird's hatred of the show and the show's overall infamous reception, aren't likely to appear in any of Nickelodeon's adaptations any time soon. The most notorious example of all, however, would be the fifth female turtle Venus de Milo.
* Gaius of ''Series/{{Merlin}}'', who plays the mentor role now that Merlin himself is a teenager. Apparently they didn't feel like using Blaise, who was Merlin's actual mentor in the original myth.
* ''Series/{{Smallville}}''
** [[spoiler: Lex Luthor's sister]] Tess Mercer, who was a CompositeCharacter of Eve Teschmacher and Mercy Graves, Luthor's female accomplices from ''Film/{{Superman}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'' respectively. The final episode also revealed that she had a bit of [[spoiler: Lena Luthor]] thrown in as well.
** Clark's friend and sidekick Chloe Sullivan. {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d when the Comicbook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}} visit and have knowledge of all of Clark's canon friends but none of her.
* ''Franchise/ArrowVerse'':
** Tommy Merlyn and John Diggle in ''Series/{{Arrow}}'', though both have since become {{Canon Immigrant}}s in the Comicbook/{{New 52}}.
** Its SpinOff ''Series/TheFlash2014'' gave the founder of S.T.A.R. Labs a wife (Tess Morgan).
* Pretty much everyone in ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' except for Coulson (who is a CanonImmigrant) and Victoria Hand. Even the [[MonsterOfTheWeek Freak Of The Week]] villains tend to be mostly new characters. In fact, one of the most frequent criticisms of the show is that it's marketed as a Creator/MarvelComics show, despite mostly using original characters.
** Melinda May, Skye, and the others are now officially {{Canon Immigrant}}s thanks to the ''S.H.I.E.L.D.'' series Marvel is putting out.
** The show has also moved away from the heavy use of Canon Foreigners in response to the criticism from fans. Characters like Deathlok and Blizzard debuted in the latter half of Season 1, while other comic characters like Comicbook/{{Mockingbird}} and Absorbing Man began appearing in Season 2, with more comic characters following in the subsequent episodes.
** Subverted with Skye, who -- after a season's worth of being this -- turned out to be the cinematic universe's version of [[spoiler: Daisy Johnson, aka Quake.]]
* ''Series/AgentCarter'' has several, such as SSR agents Daniel Sousa, Jack Thompson and Ray Krzeminski, along with waitress and friend of Peggy's, Angie Martinelli. The most prominent addition is Dottie Underwood, [[spoiler:a villainous assassin who was trained by the Black Widow program. While she shares similarities to comic-based Black Widows such as [[ComicBook/BlackWidow Natalia Romanova]] and Yelena Belova, Dottie herself was created specifically for the show]].
* ''Series/Daredevil2015'':
** The majority of Wilson Fisk's henchmen, up to and including James Wesley, are all-new characters invented just for the show. [[ComicBookMoviesDontUseCodenames And those that are from the comics are only ever referred to by their legal names.]]
** On the heroes' side of things, Foggy Nelson's girlfriend Marci Stahl and Ben Urich's boss Mitchell Ellison are also all-new characters not originally in the comics.
** Samantha Reyes, the crooked Manhattan District Attorney in season 2, has no comics counterpart.
* This applies to a large number of the supporting and minor characters in ''Series/JessicaJones2015'', such as Hope, Jessica's annoying neighbors Robyn and Ruben, and Jeri Hogarth's girlfriend Pam. Many of Jessica's clients also tend to be original characters. Subverted with Will Simpson, as he initially seems like this, only to turn out to be the supervillain Nuke all along[[note]]He's named Frank Simpson in the comics. The change of first name ostensibly hides the plot twist, and also was done ostensibly [[OneSteveLimit to avoid confusion with Frank Castle]], who was about to make his debut in season 2 of ''Daredevil''[[/note]].
* ''Series/LukeCage2016'':
** Except for Hernan "Shades" Alvarez and Mariah Dillard, all of Cottonmouth's gang is comprised of original characters, such as Zip, Tone, Chico, Shameek, and Dante.
** Neither Bobby Fish nor Pop had comics equivalents either.
** Outside of Misty Knight and Rafael Scarfe, all of the NYPD characters are also original ones, too, from Misty's forensics friend Bailey to her boss Inspector Priscilla Ridley.
* Jack [=McGee=] from ''Series/TheIncredibleHulk''. A really prominent example in that he's a canon foreigner who has been worked into [[YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry a very well known catch phrase]].
* Kivaara, a tiny Kivat for the world of ''Series/KamenRiderKiva'' and Kamen Rider Abyss, a shark-themed Rider for ''Series/KamenRiderRyuki'', both appear for the first time in the series' CrisisCrossover, ''[[Series/KamenRiderDecade Decade]]''.
** A lot of the films introduce new characters (and sometimes even [[SixthRanger new Riders]]) who never appear in the TV shows proper. A few of them like [[Series/KamenRiderDouble Kamen Rider Skull]] and [[Series/KamenRiderFourze Kamen Rider Nadeshiko]] have at least managed to appear in more than one movie.
* How much you consider ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' an adaptation of ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' is variable (depending on the season. You get some that are all their own and just borrow some fight footage, and some that are shot-for-shot remakes.) but in addition to non-sentai supporting casts, ''Series/PowerRangersLightspeedRescue'' has the Titanium Ranger, a SixthRanger that doesn't exist in any form in the original series, which it is otherwise quite similar to. The Spirit Rangers may or may not count (the characters existed; that storyline and their getting shiny suits didn't.)
** Lord Zedd, the BigBad of ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'' Season 2, had no counterpart in the Japanese ''Series/KyoryuSentaiZyuranger''.
** The Shogun Ultrazord from Season 3 of MMPR is an interesting case. The two Zords that combined to create it ''did'' originate in the Super Sentai source material, but were from two separate shows. The Shogun Megafalconzord was originally Super Muteki Shogun from ''Series/NinjaSentaiKakuranger'', while Titanus was Beast Knight God King Brachion from the aforementioned ''Zyuranger''. As no footage of the Shogun Ultrazord existed in any of the Japanese originals, the producers were forced to use [[OffTheShelfFX the toy itself]] in the show!
** ''Series/PowerRangersRPM'' has an attack with the wheels of the suits that didn't appear in Go-onger.
*** It became {{RetCanon}} in ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger''.
** The A-Squad, the [[ThePsychoRangers team of evil Rangers]] from ''Series/PowerRangersSPD'', were created exclusively for the American adaptation.
** Back when ''Series/NinpuuSentaiHurricaneger'' was going to be adapted as ''Power Rangers Hexagon'' instead of ''PowerRangersNinjaStorm'', there were plans for a third Gouraiger ("Thunder Rangers" in the U.S. version), who would have been a teenage girl with a Dark Yellow color scheme. This never happened, but oddly enough, a CanonForeigner Gouraiger ''was'' later introduced in ''Series/HikoninSentaiAkibaranger'', and she was both yellow and a girl to boot!
* ''Series/PrettyGuardianSailorMoon'' has the GodCreatedCanonForeigner "Sailor Luna", who is a visual reference to Luna's human form from the manga and a ChibiUsa {{Expy}}. There's also Princess Sailor Moon, who is believed by fans to be a GodCreatedCanonForeigner due to Takeuchi-sensei's artwork of her.
** The show also introduced "Mio Kuroki", a mysterious and malicious teenager who enjoyed making the senshi's lives miserable. While described as a "shadow" of Beryl (who could more directly interact with the cast), she seemed to have a degree of free will.
* Cameron Phillips and Derek Reese from ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'' don't exist as far as the ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}'' movies are concerned.
* Insofar as we can call hundreds of years of legend "canon", the 1980s series ''Series/RobinOfSherwood'' introduced the idea of including a Saracen to Robin Hood's outlaws, a figure that was popular enough to be included in Kevin Costner's ''Prince of Thieves'' and again the BBC's 2006 ''Series/RobinHood''. The latter television series also introduced original characters Isabella (Guy of Gisborne's sister) and Kate (Locksley village girl) as {{Affirmative Action Girl}}s after Marian and Djaq (who ironically, was the Saracen) were written out.
* Series/{{Xena|Warrior Princess}} functions as something of a Canon Foreigner to Myth/ClassicalMythology. Her story takes place as the same time as ''Series/HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys'', and featured the same Greek Gods, placing her squarely in the same area as the actual mythical Hercules.
* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': While vastly condensing the number of characters, the show also invents a few and replaces existing characters with original ones.
** Ros, who serves equally well as MsFanservice and TheWatson, for especially thorny bits of exposition, and additionally fills the (relatively minor) roles of Kyra and Alayaya in the books. George RR Martin has said he intends to give her a cameo in a later book, so she may soon get promoted to CanonImmigrant.
** Alton Lannister replaces Cleos Frey as the Stark emissary to the Lannisters. Rather than Jaime's cousin who is killed by outlaws, Alton is a distant Lannister relative murdered to facilitate his escape attempt.
** Kovarro, one of Daenerys's bloodriders. He has elements from Dany's other bloodriders, favoring the arakh like the book version of Rakharo. There is an also an older bloodrider named Malakho who is seen amongst other Dothraki.
** The Spice King from Qarth. There is an Ancient Guild of Spicers in Qarth, but no prominent members directly interact with Dany.
** Olly, who is a rather blatant chekov's gun if you've read the books. A lot of book readers hate him. He later takes on the most significant action of a show-original character when he delivers the fatal blow in Jon Snow's assassination.
** Talisa Maegyr replaces Jeyne Westerling as Robb's love interest. Rather than the girlish daughter of a Lannister bannerman, she's a spirited and opinionated combat medic from a wealthy Volantene family. In the books, Robb meets Jeyne after StormingTheCastle she lives in. Whilst there, he receives word of Winterfell's capture and the "deaths" of his younger brothers at the hands of Theon Greyjoy. This plus the FlorenceNightingaleEffect results in SexForSolace. The next morning, Robb feels compelled by HonorBeforeReason to make an honest woman of her, resulting in a ShotgunWedding. All this happens off-page, as Robb only appears in one chapter of the second book; he then arrives in the third book with his new wife and in-laws in tow. Talisa originally shared the name Jeyne as well, but GRRM requested it be changed to avoid an InNameOnly character.
** Olyvar was invented to resolve a minor plot point in Season 3 but carried on to operate Littlefinger's brothel and provide GuyOnGuyIsHot fanservice.
** Virtually every prostitute in Littlefinger's brothel, since the few such characters from the novels have been AdaptedOut.
** The CreepyChild assassin in "Valar Dohaeris" replaces the Sorrowful Man who comes for Daenerys in the books.
** Locke and his unit are a less bizarre replacement for Vargo Hoat and the Brave Companions, performing their task of capturing and abusing Brienne and Jaime. Locke's later actions are original to the show.
** Karl Tanner is an original character who replaces several mutineers and receives much more characterization. Like his namesake, Clubfoot Karl, he antagonizes Craster and Mormont about the hidden food, but perhaps his closest counterpart is Dirk, a fellow KnifeNut who also kills Craster and takes a woman hostage.
** Lady Olenna's backstory regarding her eventual marriage mentions a sister named Viola Redwyne, who was to be betrothed to Luthor Tyrell while Olenna was to marry an unnamed Targaryen (Daeron, the youngest son of Aegon V in the books) before Olenna seduced and married Luthor. In the books Olenna is never mentioned to have a sister; Luthor was betrothed to Shaera Targaryen, who eloped with her brother Jaehaerys against their parents' wishes. Since Jaehaerys II and his sister-wife Shaera have been AdaptedOut (their children Aerys II and Rhaella reinterpreted as Aegon V's children), Viola was created for the show to substitute as Luthor's original wife-to-be.
** Ramsay's lover, Myranda, is wholly original to the show.
** Mossador, the freed slave who serves on Daenerys' council, is an original character who takes on aspects of the Shavepate from the books.
** Karsi and Loboda, the wildling chieftains in "Hardhome", are both original characters, though they bear resemblance to the characters of Val and Sigorn from the books.
* Jake from ''Series/TheSecretCircle'' didn't exist in the books.
* A lot of characters in ''Series/TheWalkingDead'', a large amount of characters from the show never appeared in the comics including Daryl Dixon, Merle Dixon, Beth Greene, Leon Basset, Gary Taylor, Patty Taylor, Jacqui, Morales, Dr. Jenner, Guillermo, Jimmy, Dave, Tony, Randall, Nate, Sean, Oscar, Big Tiny, Rowan, Haley, Tim, Shupert, Crowley, Gargulio, Karen, Noah, The Grady Memorial Hospital police officers and Aden Monroe.
* ''Series/TheVampireDiaries'' has a few, mostly family members of canon characters. Alaric is a good example, and Jeremy qualifies as well -- he's too far different, and fills such a completely different role in the story, from Elena's younger sister in the books that he can't be considered the TV version of her.
* ''Series/TrueBlood'' almost exclusively uses characters based in some way off characters from the books, with the prominent exception of Jessica Hamby, Bill's vampire progeny.
* Fish Mooney on ''Series/{{Gotham}}'' is a created-for-TV character, as is her [[TheDragon dragon]] Butch Gilzean. A number of the show's criminals are new, in fact, so that Franchise/{{Batman}}'s entire RoguesGallery won't get a 15 year head start on him.
* ''Series/{{Supergirl 2015}}'':
** Kara has a foster sister, Alex Danvers, on the show, whereas in the comics the Danvers never had any biological children.
** General Astra, who is Kara's biological aunt and the show's BigBad for the first half of Season 1.
* ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'': Molly Hooper. In the books, Sherlock did a lot of the crazy experiments and whatnot. Also, aside from John, no one really appreciated him.
* Several in ''Series/{{Shadowhunters}}'' -- the tv show adaptation of ''Literature/TheMortalInstruments'', notably Captain Vargas, a police captain and Luke's boss; new minions for Valentine, and Lydia Branwell, with whom [[spoiler:the Lightwoods attempt to broker an ArrangedMarriage for Alec]].
* In ''Series/{{Dickensian}}'', where nearly all the characters were created by Creator/CharlesDickens, exceptions are Henry Barbary, the father of Miss Barbary from ''Literature/BleakHouse'' and Fanny Biggetywitch who, barring a shock reveal later, appears to be entirely original.
* ''Series/{{The 100}}'' {{Pilot}} introduced Finn, Monty, Jasper, Murphy, and Kane, none of whom were present in the book trilogy. And, after the pilot, ''every'' character introduced [[AdaptationInspiration is completely original]] [[AdaptationExpansion to the TV series.]]
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