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* ''Series/AmericanGothic1995'': [[DirtyCop Sheriff Lucas Buck]] is a devilish {{corrupt|Hick}} lawman in the town of Trinity who kicks the plot off by raping a woman, later murdering her after she gives birth to his son, and then murders her daughter, [[FrameUp framing]] and killing her husband before trying to claim the boy Caleb for himself to raise in his image. A [[FauxAffablyEvil charming, charismatic man]], Lucas is responsible for frequent disappearances of "outsiders", in one instance keeping a pesky reporter tied up and tortured until the man dies, and shows no hesitation in utterly destroying the lives of those who defy him on what he wants. In one such instance, a man who refuses Lucas's request to employ his sixteen-year-old daughter is steadily [[DrivenToMadness driven insane]] and tricked into murdering his own wife while a radio host who tries to blackmail Lucas finds his career and life utterly destroyed. Lucas attempts to [[TheCorrupter corrupt Caleb]], murdering people on seeming whims or to achieve long-reaching goals, and even tries to trick the ghost of Caleb's sister into killing a baby so she can return to life and destroy Caleb's faith in her.
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* ''Series/AshVsEvilDead'': Baal, BigBad of season 2 and the GreaterScopeVillain of the entire [[Franchise/EvilDead franchise]] as a whole, was the demon responsible for the Deadites as their creator and father. Intending to allow evil to dominate earth and enslave or slaughter humanity, Baal has his children turn on their mother and sends them to [[KillAllHumans attack and slaughter humans]]. Baal then infiltrates the town of Elk Grove by [[FlayingAlive skinning]] and [[GenuineHumanHide impersonating]] multiple people before capturing Ash and subjecting him to [[MindRape mental torture]] where he traps him in a fantasy, making Ash believe that the entirety of the past 30 years have been an elaborate delusion, intending to use Ash to murder his own friends to destroy a threat to Baal. Upon being sent to the past, Baal has his ex-wife Ruby murdered by her still-evil 1982 incarnation and attempts to kill Ash in a duel, mocking Ash for ever thinking he would have intentions of honoring the deal should Ash win. Responsible for the loss of countless lives thanks to the Necronomicon and the actions of the Deadites, Baal stands apart from the other Deadites for his ambition and cruelty.


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* ''Series/TheExorcist'': In this 2016 series, which is portrayed as a sequel to [[Film/TheExorcist the original film]], the demon known as the Salesman--later revealed to be [[spoiler: Pazuzu]]—[[DemonicPossession possesses Casey Rance]], [[spoiler:the daughter of his former host Regan Macneil]], and decides to [[ManipulativeBastard manipulate her by playing with her insecurities]] and torment her by inflicting her horrific nightmares. He’s soon revealed to have caused the car accident that killed Katherine’s girlfriend Julia. The Salesman destabilizes Father Thomas Ortega and Father Marcus Kane, the priests tasked for the exorcism, and successfully [[FrameUp frames Marcus]] for the abduction Casey before killing two paramedics. He forces [[spoiler:Angela]] to give up herself to him by threatening the life of [[spoiler:her daughter]]. On top of it, it is revealed that [[spoiler:he raped Regan when she was twelve]]. After [[spoiler:repossessing Regan]], he kills [[spoiler:her mother Chris]] by [[NeckSnap snapping her neck]], encourages the Friars of Ascensions to pursue their plan of murdering the Pope, slaughters [[spoiler:the convent of Mother Bernadette and her sisters]], then [[{{Sadist}} takes great pleasure]] in torturing [[spoiler:Angela’s husband and daughters]] and inflicting Father Tomas with an illusion [[PsychicAssistedSuicide designed to goad him into suicide]]. Realizing that [[spoiler:Angela survived the supposed "integration"]], he attempts to breaks her down by letting her hear the screams of her loved ones. [[TakingYouWithMe In his last moments]], he tries to kill [[spoiler:Angela]] by snapping her spine. [[DrivenByEnvy Believing God favored humans more that he and fellow fallen angels]], his plan in the long run is to [[TakeOverTheWorld take the world back]].
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* ''Primal Doubt'': In this 2007 MadeForTVMovie, also known as ''Personal Indiscretions'', [[PsychoPsychologist Dr. Marianne Thorne]] is the former therapist of Amanda Freeman, who came to Dr. Thorne for help after cheating on her husband. Thorne, after becoming tired of hearing Amanda go on and on about her marriage issues and affair each week without making progress, [[OffingTheAnnoyance decides to kill her]]. Five years later, Jean Harper comes to Thorne after she and Chase start to have marriage issues. Becoming annoyed once again, Thorne kills Travis, the guy Jean was seeing on an online dating site. She then tries to kill Chase by running him off a mountain road, kills Jean's friends Carla and Jody, then attempts to murder Jean as well. She's quite willing to attack the detectives with a knife before being shot dead.


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* ''Prisoner Zero'': [[GeneralRipper General Vykar]], the brutal, [[FauxAffablyEvil superficially charming]], [[BigBad main antagonist]] of this Australian series, is a ruthless Imperium officer, renowned for his habit of casually [[EarthShatteringKaboom destroying planets]] or just [[FinalSolution killing their entire populations]]. In the first two episodes, he has the neutral world of Arcadia enslaved, bombarded, and then destroyed, [[EvilIsPetty all because of his injured pride over the fact he lost control of the Rogue, an ancient starship]]. Imprisoning an entire planet's population, Vykar [[HumanResources uses the people as Bioweave capacitors]], granting himself superhuman abilities. After being deprived of this, he proceeded to commit atrocity after atrocity to further for [[AmbitionIsEvil his goal of ultimate power]], uncaring how many innocents died because of his actions. In the series finale he betrays the Imperium, slaughters multiple ships of their fleet--[[BadBoss killing his own loyal soldiers]]--and attempts to gain ultimate power by draining the life of everyone in the galaxy who was connected to the Bioweave. Vykar is so bad that one of the plans for dealing with Vykar at this point involved [[GodzillaThreshold sacrificing an entire planet's population to get him away from his latest superweapon]].
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* ''Series/UltramanNexus'': [[BigBad Dark Zagi]], alias Unknown Hand, is an evil, heartless, genocidal tyrant from another world. Created to be a force for justice, a clone of Ultraman Noa, instead he chose to [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters kill off his creators]], slaughtering so many of their people that they abandoned their planet and destroyed it to be rid of him. Zagi survived, and simply [[MonsterProgenitor created an army of Space Beasts]], including [[Film/UltramanTheNext Beast the One]], to take over the universe. He sent that monster to Earth, making him [[GreaterScopeVillain indirectly responsible for everything that went wrong]] in ''Film/UltramanTheNext''. In the series proper, Zagi was beaten before the events of the series and destroyed, leaving behind his energy core and his soul. To restore his power, he [[DemonicPossession possesses a random man]], killing him slowly and taking over his body. Crafting the alias of Mitsuhiko Ishibori, Zagi starts a long gambit to regain his powers, sending Space Beasts across Japan and creating two more Dark Giants to attack Nexus and kill as many people as they can. At one point, Zagi actually kills a little girl's parents right in front of her and laughs about it. Eventually, Zagi succeeds in his gambit, and reveals himself by casually shooting his loyal partner in TLT. Nagi Saijyo, the girl Zagi personally orphaned, chases him and confronts him with the power of Ultraman Nexus. Zagi, who's revealed himself as [[TheMole Ishibori]], simply mocks her, captures her, and [[ColdBloodedTorture tortures Nexus's power out of her body]] before absorbing it into himself and regaining his true form. Ascending to Tokyo, he orders all of his Space Beasts to attack the entire planet while he personally rampages through the city. Zagi was a remorseless, twisted killing machine, and died completely unrepentant of his crimes.

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''Series/UltramanNexus'': [[BigBad Dark Zagi]], alias Unknown Hand, is an evil, heartless, genocidal tyrant from another world. Created to be a force for justice, a clone of Ultraman Noa, instead he chose to [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters kill off his creators]], slaughtering so many of their people that they abandoned their planet and destroyed it to be rid of him. Zagi survived, and simply [[MonsterProgenitor created an army of Space Beasts]], including [[Film/UltramanTheNext Beast the One]], to take over the universe. He sent that monster to Earth, making him [[GreaterScopeVillain indirectly responsible for everything that went wrong]] in ''Film/UltramanTheNext''. In the series proper, Zagi was beaten before the events of the series and destroyed, leaving behind his energy core and his soul. To restore his power, he [[DemonicPossession possesses a random man]], killing him slowly and taking over his body. Crafting the alias of Mitsuhiko Ishibori, Zagi starts a long gambit to regain his powers, sending Space Beasts across Japan and creating two more Dark Giants to attack Nexus and kill as many people as they can. At one point, Zagi actually kills a little girl's parents right in front of her and laughs about it. Eventually, Zagi succeeds in his gambit, and reveals himself by casually shooting his loyal partner in TLT. Nagi Saijyo, the girl Zagi personally orphaned, chases him and confronts him with the power of Ultraman Nexus. Zagi, who's revealed himself as [[TheMole Ishibori]], simply mocks her, captures her, and [[ColdBloodedTorture tortures Nexus's power out of her body]] before absorbing it into himself and regaining his true form. Ascending to Tokyo, he orders all of his Space Beasts to attack the entire planet while he personally rampages through the city. Zagi was a remorseless, twisted killing machine, and died completely unrepentant of his crimes.crimes.
** ''Series/UltramanX'': [[MultipleHeadCase Gargorgon]] is a {{greed}}y planet-killing {{Kaiju}} from across the stars. Initially, she appears to be your typical MonsterOfTheWeek, but we find out [[ItCanThink she can speak, she can think, and she is a remorseless beast]]. She [[TakenForGranite petrified]] an ancient civilization on Earth, everyone on Planet Gold, forcing the last survivor,Te Ru, to escape in a giant machine named Rudian. While the actual event isn't seen, there is close up one of her victims on the ground, face frozen in agony. Upon arriving to Earth, she rampages about Tokyo, fighting and eventually petrifying Ultraman X. Her plan is to get her hands on the energy core within Rudian, kill Te Ru, petrify the entire Earth and move on to another world. Even worse, we find out her victims are still at least partially alive in an AndIMustScream state—-Ultraman X clearly remembers being turned to stone which means the other victims did as well. She displays no remorse for her genocidal actions, only greed for more power.
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* ''Series/ChannelZero'':
** Frances Booth at first [[BitchInSheepsClothing seems to be a kind school teacher]], but reveals herself to be, as she put it, "as sharp as a razor blade". DesperatelyLookingForAPurposeInLife, she found one when the creator of ''Candle Cove'' cured her epilepsy with psychic powers. Developing a fanatic devotion for said Creator, she's willing to do anything to assist. She covered the serial murders of four children and gave them permission to [[OffingTheOffspring kill her own son Jacob]]. After the Creator's death, she makes a new body by collecting human teeth. Twenty-eight years after the Iron Hill murders, she brainwashes her students into killing people through ''Candle Cove''. She personnaly kills her former student [[spoiler:Daphne Bells and [[CopKiller sheriff's deputy]] Simon Grove]] by [[SlashedThroat slashing their throats]] with a pirate hook and sends the children to stab to death [[spoiler:Tim Hazel and Jessica Yolen]]. Upon being caught, she sends the children on [[spoiler:Sheriff Amy Welsh and Gary Yolen]] and latter attempts to murder [[spoiler:Marla Painter]] [[ForTheEvulz for no reason]].
** [[BigBad The aforementioned Creator]] of ''DarthWiki/CandleCove'', [[spoiler:Eddie Painter]], as a child, made the puppet show to brainwash children and killed them to grow stronger. In 1988, the Creator compelled four kids into killing themselves after [[TheToothHurts forcing them to remove their teeth]], [[spoiler:then trapped their souls in the realm of Candle Cove]]. Growing jealous of [[spoiler:Jessica spending time with his brother Mike]], the Creator ordered him to "take her to Candle Cove". When he refused, he threatened to kill him with his pirate hook. Thinking [[spoiler:Eddie was acting under mind control, Mike had to kill his twin brother in order to stop the murders]]. Twenty-eight years later, the Creator forces child psychologist Mike Painter to return by compelling him to carve a message on his arm. They broadcast Candle Cove again to brainwash children, abducts a girl to take her teeth, compels the same girl to stab her brother and with the assistance of Mrs. Booth mind-controls children to commit murders. It is then revealed that [[spoiler:Eddie plans to take over Mike's body and trap his soul forever in Candle Cove with the company of the Skin-Taker]]. In order to gain his compliance, the Creator abducts Mike's daughter Lily and torments her in in his realm of Candle Cove. Even after [[spoiler:Mike succeeds in ruining his plan of return, Eddie still tries to brainwash Lily]].


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* ''Series/ForeverKnight'':
** UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper himself, from season 2's "Bad Blood", was a surgeon-barber so evil his blood [[EvenEvilHasStandards actually made the ancient vampire and Nick Knight's maker Lucien LaCroix sick]]. Upon becoming a vampire, Jack goes on a killing spree in Whitechapel before moving on from England. Jack spends the next centuries stalking the world, [[SerialKiller committing a string of horrific serial murders wherever he goes]]. Finally arriving in Toronto, Jack begins slaughtering innocent people again, ending his spree with the young [[CopKiller police officer Bridget Hellman]], who he drains before finally being destroyed by Nick and the vampire hunter Liam O'Neal. Easily the most savage and violent vampire on the show, and evil even before becoming a vampire, Jack demonstrates the most savage extremes of the nature of vampires in contrast to the repentant Nick.
** The [[MalevolentMaskedMan masked]] SerialKiller known only as "Dragon", from season 2's "The Fire Inside", is a businessman during the day who despises the homeless as "parasites" who scrounge for the money that "hard-working" men like him earn, and views himself as as an "exterminator" in [[KillThePoor wiping them out]]. [[EstablishingCharacterMoment Introducing himself]] by luring a homeless man over with loose change, Dragon proceeds to [[ManOnFire burn him alive]], revealing he has been murdering the innocent homeless of Toronto and has tracked a small community of them to the sewers below the city. When Nick and his partner Don Schanke go to save them, Dragon burns a woman doing her laundry to death before attempting to kill every homeless person he finds, [[WouldHurtAChild children included]]. When he encounters Nick, Dragon takes a homeless man hostage and attempts to burn him alive, too, mocking Nick for caring about "trash" and claiming only he can solve the "problem." In a world of murdering vampires, Dragon stands as a stark reminder that [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters humans can sometimes be worse than nearly any supernatural monster]].
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* ''Series/AlienNation'': Koulak, a {{sadist}}ic Overseer guard from "The Game", is infamous for having created a special "game." Since salt is corrosive to the skin of his species, Koulak designs a device that randomly fires out steam, water or salt water, forcing "players" to press buttons that blast them, with none knowing what will hit them until it's too late. Reveling in his authority, Koulak frequently taunted the series's hero, George, then known as Stangya, with the knowledge his turn would come to join the game, even selecting George's brother to play, resulting in his death. Upon the arrival on earth, Koulak becomes a crime boss who continues his game in illegal underground betting rings, forcing those who owe him money to play, or just abducting others off the streets. In a series focusing on tolerance and equality, Koulak stands apart as the darkest the Overlords had to offer.

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Koulak, a {{sadist}}ic Overseer guard from the episode "The Game", is infamous for having created a special "game." Since salt is corrosive to the skin of his species, Koulak designs a device that randomly fires out steam, water or salt water, forcing "players" to press buttons that blast them, with none knowing what will hit them until it's too late. Reveling in his authority, Koulak frequently taunted the series's hero, George, then known as Stangya, with the knowledge his turn would come to join the game, even selecting George's brother to play, resulting in his death. Upon the arrival on earth, Koulak becomes a crime boss who continues his game in illegal underground betting rings, forcing those who owe him money to play, or just abducting others off the streets. In a series focusing on tolerance and equality, Koulak stands apart as the darkest the Overlords had to offer.offer.
** ''Body and Soul'': In this MadeForTVMovie, [[TheDreaded Chorboke]], The Keeper Of Hell or The Dark One, was a MadScientist who is {{sadist}}ic, even by the standards of the Overseers. Seeking to create the "perfect slave", Chorboke killed thousands on his operating tables. After the Day of Descent, Chorboke was thought dead, but participated in a secret government program and escaped after murdering the head of the program and using plastic surgery to steal his identity. Continuing his surgeries, Chorboke murders any connection to him and attempts to test Tectonese weapons to [[ArmsDealer sell them to the highest bidder]], not caring that these could be magnitudes deadlier than the atomic bomb. When he and George end up in mortal combat, Chorboke sneers that his one regret is he was never able to subject George to his table like so many other innocent victims.


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* ''Series/{{Lexx}}'': [[DarkIsEvil His Divine Shadow]] is the one survivor of the Insect Civilization possessing human bodies, and starts the series by annihilating the Brunnen-G species and taking over the Light Universe. Running a nightmarish regime where executions and harvesting of people for their meat is commonplace, His Divine Shadow commissions the creation of the Lexx, a planet destroying superweapon with intent to annihilate everything outside of his domain. Upon his seeming death, His Shadow initiates the Cleansing where [[OmnicidalManiac every living being in his domain is killed]] and their meat sent to feed his true form, [[OneWingedAngel Giga Shadow]]. Returning to life, His Divine Shadow proclaims he will [[KillAllHumans annihilate humanity]] and create a new insect empire, obsessed with his own glory and magnificence.


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* ''Series/NewTricks'': In their reinvestigations UCOS have faced a variety of criminals, but these stand out:
** [[SmugSnake Ricky Hanson]], the series' only recurring antagonist and the personal ArchEnemy of [[TheMentor Jack]] [[TheLancer Halford]], was a mid-level LondonGangster described by Jack as "the biggest thieving, murdering, lying piece of shyte I've ever laid eyes upon." Starting out in the 1980s, Hanson took over the "[[ThoseWackyNazis Twenty-Fours]]" to use them as a front for his drug ring. When Ray Harris tipped him off that two members were really student activists, Hanson personally murdered them, then had their bodies hidden under Harris's conservatory, [[UngratefulBastard incriminating him]]. By 1996, Jack and Sandra Pullman were investigating Hanson for three murders, including [[CainAndAbel his own brother]]. Realising they were getting too close, Hanson ran over Jack's wife [[TheLostLenore Mary]], laughing as he did; it took two years for Mary's wounds to kill her. When his son, Luke, was wrongly accused of arson to save himself, Ricky left Luke to be sentenced to nine years in prison, and also stole Luke's girlfriend Lysette Perry. In the season 3 finale "Congratulations", Ricky confessed to Jack he killed Mary, tormenting him with the details of the event. Losing it, Jack attempted to kill Ricky; failing in the season 4 premier "Casualty", Ricky tried to slowly run him over but was forced to flee. Sneaking into Jack's hospital, Hanson assaulted the nurse then almost [[SickbedSlaying smothered Jack]]. Interrupted by Brian Lane, Hanson tried to strangle him. In season 6's "The Last Laugh", when the reinvestigation into the student's disappearance led back to him, Hanson set his goons on Gerry's informant Polish George. When their uncharacteristic mercy tipped Gerry that Polish had dirt on Hanson, Polish let slip that Lysette is Hanson's daughter. Learning that his father never told him he was with his half-sister broke Hanson's hold over Luke, leading to him finally being put away. Arrogant, coarse and brutish, Hanson was nothing more than a cruel thug, if an intelligent one.
** [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Alex Close]], from season 7's "Dark Chocolate", was an immoral small-time businessman, whose companies operated through the exploitation and overwork of illegal immigrants. Close proved to be an even more vile man, as he was also a SerialRapist who used his business's contracts to find victims. In 1992, he raped Jean Saunders at the chocolate factory where she worked, and then a few months later raped Eileen Harrison, permanently traumatising her. Close got around the mass DNA screening by forcing someone else to go in his place. When in 2001 his abuse of illegal immigrants was exposed, Close fled the country to Poland. Returning nine years later, he started a new business, this time using Polish immigrants, and immediately resumed his spree by attempting to get a bakery contract so he could rape his next target. When he failed, the undeterred Close resorted to regularly going as a customer, until he knew the layout well enough to rape Helen Vestry.
** [[HeroismAddict George Mackie]], from season 7's "Where There's Smoke", was a talented fire investigator respected for his [[ConsummateProfessional dedication and knowledge]]. However, he was secretly also a serial arsonist, later claiming to having started sixty-four separate fires. He would place homemade firebombs in his targets, then after the fire burned out, he would turn up to analyze it and [[GloryHound bask in the praise he received for his "insight"]]. In 1996, one of Mackie's bombs caused the Union club to burn to the ground, killing four people, including the club's owner, and causing seven hospitalizations. Shortly afterwards, Mackie retired and thus the fires stopped. UCOS's reinvestigation of the Union fire inadvertently inspired Mackie to come out of retirement. Breaking into David Swallow's house, he set up another bomb; Swallow was himself a survivor of the Union Club fire who had been left with third-degree burns over half his body. Mackie then set another bomb in Stuart Russel's house, this one nearly killing Jack, Brian and Gerry along with Russel. [[BitchInSheepsClothing Underneath all his charm and seeming helpfulness]], at heart Mackie was nothing more than a shameless AttentionWhore, happy to commit wanton destruction and kill innocent people just to [[ItsAllAboutMe stroke his own ego]].
** [[WolfInSheepsClothing Annabel Skinner]], from season 10's "The Little Brother", was a former associate of the notorious [[ConMan Larry Goftmon]]. To steal Florence Epstein's money, [[TheVamp she seduced Florence's husband Jonathan]] until he was so under her spell he agreed to murder Florence and steal her money. They [[ColdBloodedTorture tortured her bank details out of her]], before bludgeoning Florence to death with a [[DropTheHammer hammer]]. No longer needing him, Annabel turned Jonathan over to the police. However, Goftmon double-crossed her and ran off with the money. Desiring vengeance, not just against Goftmon but also the accountant Peter Sale--[[MisplacedRetribution despite him being unaware of their plan and being cheated himself]]--she [[NeckSnap violently murdered]] Sale's sister Margaret Kirby and [[DeadPersonImpersonation stole her identity]]. After six years of searching she found Goftmon, but couldn't find Sale. Devising a plan, she set up a trail directing towards him and got acquainted with Esther Lane. [[BitchInSheepsClothing Playing the role of a caring sister who wanted to tell her brother he was an uncle]], she thus sent Brian on the trail to find Sale. Skinner then tipped the police about Gofton's new alias, before strangling him and leaving the body for Brian to find. Finally finding Sale, Skinner disabled the police officer who was guarding him and tried to murder him. When Brian interrupted her, she tried to strangle him too. A manipulative violent [[TheSociopath sociopath]], Skinner even described herself as "[[CardCarryingVillain fundamentally nasty]]".
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*** [[BigBad Anubis]] from seasons 5 through 8 is by far the most evil and dangerous of the Goa'uld System Lords. As Selmak said in "[[Recap/StargateSG1S5E16LastStand Last Stand]]", "he was banished by the System Lords because his crimes were unspeakable, [[EvenEvilHasStandards even to the Goa'uld]]". (This is a race of megalomaniacal {{Puppeteer Parasite}}s who think nothing of torturing their dethroned rivals to death, then bringing them back to life and repeatedly doing it again.) He tricked Oma Desala, a wise higher-dimensional being, into helping him ascend so that he could become an immortal EnergyBeing, making sure to rub it into her face how she is unable to stop his evil acts. His subsequent plans after his return include repeatedly annihilating civilizations and replacing the Jaffa warriors with mindless super soldiers. After his stable form is destroyed, he starts possessing random people to hold him [[PossessionBurnout until their bodies completely decay after a few days]]. His ultimate plan before he finally got taken out was [[OmnicidalManiac to wipe out all life in the galaxy]] with an Ancient super weapon -- all of it, including his own race and his army -- so he could use the Ancient knowledge he retained to recreate a galaxy's worth of races that would unquestionably [[AGodAmI worship him as a god]].

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*** [[BigBad Anubis]] from seasons 5 through 8 is by far the most evil and dangerous of the Goa'uld [[EvilOverlord System Lords.Lords]]. As Selmak said in "[[Recap/StargateSG1S5E16LastStand Last Stand]]", "he was banished by the System Lords because his crimes were unspeakable, [[EvenEvilHasStandards even to the Goa'uld]]". (This is a race of megalomaniacal {{Puppeteer Parasite}}s who think nothing of torturing their dethroned rivals to death, then bringing them back to life and repeatedly doing it again.) He tricked Oma Desala, a wise higher-dimensional being, into helping him ascend so that he could become an immortal EnergyBeing, making sure to rub it into her face how she is unable to stop his evil acts. His subsequent plans after his return include repeatedly annihilating civilizations and replacing the Jaffa warriors with mindless super soldiers. After his stable form is destroyed, he starts possessing random people to hold him [[PossessionBurnout until their bodies completely decay after a few days]]. His ultimate plan before he finally got taken out was [[OmnicidalManiac to wipe out all life in the galaxy]] with an Ancient super weapon -- all of it, including his own race and his army -- so he could use the Ancient knowledge he retained to recreate a galaxy's worth of races that would unquestionably [[AGodAmI worship him as a god]].
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* ''Series/{{Notorious 2016}}'': [[{{Jerkass}} Alan Wells]], at 24 years old, raped his own sister Sarah when she was only 17. As a result, she ends up pregnant and he later threatens to have the baby girl, who's been adopted, taken away, in order to [[KickTheDog force Sarah to pay off his gambling debts]]. When she eventually refuses to continue, Alan conspires with her husband Oscar Keaton against her and [[spoiler:murders her in a brutal stabbing]]. When the blame is turned onto Oscar's publicist Levi Young, it results in [[spoiler:Levi [[DrivenToSuicide shooting and killing himself]]]]. When Jake Gregorian's affair with Sarah comes to light and he becomes a suspect, Alan tricks Jake into going to a storage locker where he's hidden the knife so he can [[FrameUp set Jake up]]. When Julia George and Jake later figure out the truth, Alan proves to [[ItsAllAboutMe only be out for his own self-preservation and cares nothing for those lives ruined by his actions]].


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* ''Series/{{Sharpe}}'': [[SerialRapist Sergeant Obadiah Hakeswill]], from "Sharpe's Company" and "Sharpe's Enemy", lacks any of his book counterpart's redeeming qualities, however minor, while still maintaining his heinousness. Sharpe's ArchEnemy, Hakeswill was a SociopathicSoldier who was responsible for sentencing Sharpe to a [[WhipItGood flogging]] he knew would be a death sentence, before Sharpe was saved after receiving 200 lashes. An [[BadBoss abusive bully to his men]], Hakeswill regularly subjects soldiers to floggings to extort sexual favors from their wives and tries to rape Sharpe's wife Teresa. When Sharpe's best friend Harper stops him, Hakeswill [[FrameUp frames him for a theft]], resulting in his brutal flogging. Murdering one of his own soldiers to use his body as cover in the heat of battle, Hakeswill kills another soldier and tries to rape Teresa again. Hakeswill deserts the army before raping and murdering Sally Clayton, an innocent woman he's lusted after. Becoming the leader of a group of vicious bandits, Hakeswill waylays a group of noble women and is only stopped from raping them by warnings that it will damage the ransom value. When he learns Sharpe is bringing the ransom, Hakeswill doubles it at the last minute and allows his men to rape the non-noble women and tries to rape the nobles anyways. When Teresa stops him, Hakeswill fatally shoots her before being captured and facing the firing squad for his crimes. A beast of a man who lives only for rape and murder, Hakeswill is perfectly summed up by Sharpe when his luck comes to an end:
-->"A liar. A thief. A rapist. A murderer. That's not a man. Take it away."


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* ''Series/UltramanNexus'': [[BigBad Dark Zagi]], alias Unknown Hand, is an evil, heartless, genocidal tyrant from another world. Created to be a force for justice, a clone of Ultraman Noa, instead he chose to [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters kill off his creators]], slaughtering so many of their people that they abandoned their planet and destroyed it to be rid of him. Zagi survived, and simply [[MonsterProgenitor created an army of Space Beasts]], including [[Film/UltramanTheNext Beast the One]], to take over the universe. He sent that monster to Earth, making him [[GreaterScopeVillain indirectly responsible for everything that went wrong]] in ''Film/UltramanTheNext''. In the series proper, Zagi was beaten before the events of the series and destroyed, leaving behind his energy core and his soul. To restore his power, he [[DemonicPossession possesses a random man]], killing him slowly and taking over his body. Crafting the alias of Mitsuhiko Ishibori, Zagi starts a long gambit to regain his powers, sending Space Beasts across Japan and creating two more Dark Giants to attack Nexus and kill as many people as they can. At one point, Zagi actually kills a little girl's parents right in front of her and laughs about it. Eventually, Zagi succeeds in his gambit, and reveals himself by casually shooting his loyal partner in TLT. Nagi Saijyo, the girl Zagi personally orphaned, chases him and confronts him with the power of Ultraman Nexus. Zagi, who's revealed himself as [[TheMole Ishibori]], simply mocks her, captures her, and [[ColdBloodedTorture tortures Nexus's power out of her body]] before absorbing it into himself and regaining his true form. Ascending to Tokyo, he orders all of his Space Beasts to attack the entire planet while he personally rampages through the city. Zagi was a remorseless, twisted killing machine, and died completely unrepentant of his crimes.
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* ''Series/AlienNation'': Koulak, a {{sadist}}ic Overseer guard from "The Game", is infamous for having created a special "game." Since salt is corrosive to the skin of his species, Koulak designs a device that randomly fires out steam, water or salt water, forcing "players" to press buttons that blast them, with none knowing what will hit them until it's too late. Reveling in his authority, Koulak frequently taunted the series's hero, George, then known as Stangya, with the knowledge his turn would come to join the game, even selecting George's brother to play, resulting in his death. Upon the arrival on earth, Koulak becomes a crime boss who continues his game in illegal underground betting rings, forcing those who owe him money to play, or just abducting others off the streets. In a series focusing on tolerance and equality, Koulak stands apart as the darkest the Overlords had to offer.
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** [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beast_of_Gevaudan The Beast of]] Gévaudan, also from season 5, is known as history's most famous and [[{{Sadist}} vicious]] werewolf. In the 1700s, he was credited with [[SavageWolves killing 112 people]], but it was later corrected to be closer to 500. Its human self was known as the Demon Tailor of Châlons, a SerialKiller who abducted, murdered and cannibalized [[WouldHurtAChild children]]. His identity was discovered by Marie Jeanne Valet to be [[spoiler:her own brother Sebastian Valet]]. When he confesses, he is proud of his crimes, as he will be remembers for them and becomes willing to kill [[spoiler:his sister]] with no hesitation or remorse. In the present day, the Beast is resurrected by the Dread Doctors, albeit amnesiac. As he tries to piece his memory together, he goes on a new killing spree. Once he's resurrected via his vessel [[spoiler:Mason Hewitt]], he is content with erasing him and kills the Dread Doctors, preparing to pick up where he left off.

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** [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beast_of_Gevaudan The Beast of]] Gévaudan, also from season 5, is known as history's most famous and [[{{Sadist}} vicious]] werewolf. In the 1700s, he was credited with [[SavageWolves killing 112 people]], but it was later corrected to be closer to 500. Its human self was known as the Demon Tailor of Châlons, a SerialKiller who abducted, murdered and cannibalized [[WouldHurtAChild children]]. His identity was discovered by Marie Jeanne Valet to be [[spoiler:her own brother Sebastian Valet]]. When he confesses, he is proud of his crimes, as he will be remembers remembered for them and becomes is willing to kill [[spoiler:his sister]] with no hesitation or remorse. In the present day, the Beast is resurrected by the Dread Doctors, albeit amnesiac. As he tries to piece his memory together, he goes on a new killing spree. Once he's resurrected via his vessel [[spoiler:Mason Hewitt]], he is content with erasing him and kills the Dread Doctors, preparing to pick up where he left off.
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