The Best Female Characters Of Television and Sci-Fi Film


Life is on the way to new unbelievable modernism with technological experiences. Yes, mind-blowing Science-fiction came across with the new worlds, Tech Frontiers, Outer space, inner space, and much more you can imagine at the top of your mental level. Science-fiction movies are willing to dream up impossible futures that inevitably make our technological advances by taking us farther from our imaginations make us love these movies. Another reason for our intimacy for science-fiction is that these are filled with kicking across galaxy’s robust, fascinating and dynamic characters.

The iconic actors like Ripley and Sarah Connor have become a bar on the scale of some female heroines. In Sci-fi, there is no limit for ugly women in the most obvious way of badassery. Our favourite sci-fi heroes may have what it takes to release a shotgun, or they may have the power to lead the fossil record of a star-studded man to a new home. They may reduce the number of deadly cyborgs or have the courage to act as insurgents. The task of picking out the most wanted female characters from Television and science fiction movies is daunting enough as a lot of competition existed. We picked out for you the most interesting, badass and outstanding female characters after whittling by taking arguments, votes, even threats, and throwing things. As number one regardless in the list prepared for you below, let’s find.


Sarah Connor, The Terminator

One of the best characters, Sarah Connor, in the tech-noir classic The Terminator of James Cameron 1984 and seriously played by Linda Hamilton. There is no doubt about her astonishing career with subsequent transformation into Television and cinema. Judgment Day of 1991 sequel, you’ll look at this lady’s physical and mental uniqueness, where she successfully honed her body in a good way. Here, the scene is of a quiet waitress at the dinner, and she is drifting in life with no goals and distinct direction. Here is the scene she is doing the psych hospital she protecting son named john by devoting her life and trying to get him ready to be the saviour of the human being race.

No mother can see her child in danger and hardships, let alone know that we have seen her struggle with this information during the era of many movies and TV shows. Sometimes knowing the future is almost impossible for her, but in many cases, we see Sarah strong, cruelly defending her family and the future of the human race. Compassionate, kind, and strong as nails, Sarah Connor brought down one of our favourite characters, a movie or TV, male or female, sci-fi and whatever. And next summer, we’ll see a new human character as Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke, badass herself, taking on a role and making it her own. – Brent


Olivia Dunham, Fringe

Women cannot enter the boys’ club as a few places have once been dominated by men as legal on Television. They are said to be enlightened this time and still have to deal with a lot of waste. Olivia Dunham (Anna Torv), from Fox’s gone-too-soon sci-fi procedural Fringe, one of our most favourites, who did it without embarrassing anyone of bosses, monsters, and not even others as roaming this treacherous empire.

That in itself is a critical business, but considering the kind of chaos, you are stunned that the crazy journey Liv is working on with his team. They face all kinds of evil creatures, jump from place to place and return freely, and can save many realities from complete and utter destruction. And you get to associate yourself with a crazy genius. Sure, Walter could be the reason why so many real planes crumble to pieces, but that’s the kind of thing that crazy scientists should do. If you can deal with that kind of madness by day, day, five seasons, including tomorrow, all without blinking, you are by no means a joke.


Katniss Everdeen, The Hunger Games

Katniss Everdeen, both on and off the screen, is currently the pinnacle of the crop’s young sci-fi heroines. The Hunger Games is the dystopian YA landscape undisputed ruler who acquired status. No matter how hard he tried, no one came close, and unless there was a hero who could hold the candle for Miss Everdeen, book sales and box office receipts would continue to plummet, But in overall quality.

Katniss is very kind but is very strict when she needs to be strict. She is just as fragile as she is strong. Forced to by forces beyond her control, she must survive, but at the same time, she does not take it lightly. Her ending life haunts her due to her actions as a symbol of rebellion, revolution and freedom in the depressed Panem districts. She is very humane, genuine and obsessed with the weight of her decisions, and she is still brave and heroic when needed. If I had kids, I could not express how much they have more fascination with Katniss‌ than other YA characters, especially Sparkly vampire. – Brent


Max Guevara

When it first premiered in 2000, I was a big fan of Dark Angel. The show was presented by James Cameron, starring science fiction Jessica Alba and featuring Future Bike Messenger. Don’t like what? With an excellent first season, Dark Angel was one of the best new shows on Television at the time Jessica Alba plays Max Guevara, also known as X5-452, a Runaway genetically engineered super-soldier who spent her adolescence escaping from the government agency that recruited these child soldiers. Built-in secret. Max is the most challenging bike messenger every day. In the post-apocalyptic world, she tried her best to live everyday life.

Something has to be said to keep your history from coming to light. It’s quiet and reserved quality, but it’s what made Dark Angel interesting to me. It’s a show that a woman usually struggles to stay. She struggles to keep her friends safe from the truth about his past life. Her training begins when she is recognized by a government agency called Manticore. Many people like Max, and she made every episode worth watching.


Susan Ivanova, Babylon 5

Ivanova’s aversion was well earned, and she was known for his vague Russian overshot. When t the Psy-Corps repressive drugs prescribed by prompted him to commit suicide, she lost her telepath mother. In the Prithvi-Minbari war, she lost his brother also. His honour is a tragedy that prompted him to join the earth force. He had to face off against his people in the Civil War. Babylon 5’s the second command that followed the bloody Interstellar War between the two ancient powers, primarily humane and small.

However, Ivanova sold out all over, evolving from a dedicated but extraordinary young officer into an experienced villain, not just quoting the line “I am the embodiment of death … God sent me” without a hint of irony. But cruelty can back up with a decisive step. In a show that featured very charming, dynamic female characters – Dylan and Lita Spring to Mind – Ivanova has always been my favourite because she is so relative. With the true destiny of the endangered galaxy repeatedly thrown into catastrophic imports, she continues to grieve forever for her impending doom. When it comes to Russian wit, she never gives up and never gives up. And like most of the characters in Babylon 5, she ends up in a very different place than she started, rising to the rank of General in the Air Force before taking on the Unlash leadership at Delaney’s request.