'The Flash' Zoom Vs. 'GOT' Ramsay Bolton: Vote For Fav Villain At 2016 Fan Favorite TV Awards

Iwan Rheon as Ramsay Bolton and Art Parkinson as Rickon Stark
(Photo : Helen Sloan/courtesy of HBO) The nominees for the 2016 Fan Favorite TV Awards' Favorite Villain are Zoom ("The Flash"), Rowan Pope ("Scandal"), Kilgrave ("Jessica Jones"), Damien Darhk ("Arrow"), Hester Ulrich ("Scream Queens") and Ramsay Bolton ("Game of Thrones").

Design & Trend and its sister website Fashion & Style is hosting the first ever Fan Favorite TV Awards this year.

The online awards special, which honors the hottest TV series, characters and actors today, have 10 categories overall: Favorite Drama Series, Favorite Reality Show, Favorite Reality TV Shady Moment, Favorite Couple, Favorite Kiss, Favorite Villain, Favorite Superhero, Favorite KDrama TV Show, Favorite Actress in a Drama and Favorite Actor in a Drama.

Take a look at the six nominees for Favorite Villain:

1. Zoom -- "The Flash"

(Photo : The Flash Facebook page/The CW)

Played by Teddy Sears, Zoom is the scariest villain The Flash (Grant Gustin) has ever faced. With his demonic face, gravelly deep voice and never-ending hunger for speed, the Earth-2 baddie -- also known as Hunter Zolomon -- had been a frightening and formidable opponent for Team Flash.

2. Rowan Pope -- "Scandal"

(Photo : Scandal Facebook Page/ABC)

Rowan Pope (Joe Morton), a.k.a. Elijah Pope, is Olivia Pope's (Kerry Washington) father, and as fans of the ABC series know, the Command of B613 isn't a fan of his daughter's relationship with Fitz Grant (Tony Goldwyn). He has spent most of his time trying to keep the two characters apart. While there are some viewers who would love to see him get killed as soon as possible, Papa Pope has also got some fans who would like to see him continue his moustache-twirling escapade on the political thriller.

3. Kilgrave -- "Jessica Jones"

(Photo : Marvel's Jessica Jones Facebook page/Netflix)

Kilgrave (David Tennant), a.k.a. Kevin Thompson, started out as a character who was obsessed and fascinated with Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter). He, however, began to hunt Jessica after she managed to overcome his thrall. But before he could finish her off using his power of mind control, he was killed by Jessica herself. Although Kilgrave's stint on the Netflix series was rather short, the show's incarnation of the baddie was lauded by critics. For instance, The Independent wrote that "David Tennant's Kilgrave could be the best on-screen comic book villain since Heath Ledger's Joker."

4. Damien Darhk -- "Arrow"

  Several fans think that Damien Darhk is the perfect "Arrow" villain, and a lot of that is due to Neal McDonough's great performance. McDonough's portrayal of Damien doesn't veer into caricature even though the character himself relishes the theatricality of his villainy. A lot of fans love Damien's perfectionism and sense of humor as these qualities only add to his aura of invincibility. In addition, some viewers have grown to love him because he isn't really a full-blown baddie. Although he could be cold, cruel and ruthless like many assassins, he does have a sense of honor and good morals.

5. Hester Ulrich -- "Scream Queens" 

(Photo : Patti Perret/FOX)

Hester Ulrich (Lea Michele), a.k.a. Chanel #6, is the true main antagonist in the first season of the Fox comedy-horror anthology series. She was a pledge of the Kappa Kappa Tau sorority who pretended to suffer from scoliosis. She was eventually revealed to be the mastermind behind the Red Devil operation and the final Red Devil. Although it was Michele's first time to play a villain, her portrayal of Hester was quirky and definitely fun to watch.

6. Ramsay Bolton -- "Game of Thrones" 


(Photo : Helen Sloan/courtesy of HBO)

Without shadow of a doubt, Ramsay Bolton (Iwan Rheon) is one of the most hated characters on "Game of Thrones."

During his three-season stint, Ramsay had probably done the most number of horrendous things on the HBO series. For instance, he tortured and castrated Theon (Alfie Allen), raped Sansa (Sophie Turner) killed his own father Roose (Michael McElhatton) and had his stepmom Walda (Elizabeth Webster) and his unnamed paternal half-brother devoured by his hounds. Surprisingly, a lot of "Game of Thrones" viewers were sad to see Ramsay go in the season 6 finale, and this goes to show that fans have come to love the character despite all his sadistic tendencies.

Thank you for voting. Voting is now closed.

Winners will be announced on Fashion & Style on Monday, Aug. 1.


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