TV deaths are never easy to accept. However, there are some TV deaths that are especially difficult to deal with. Here's a list of some TV deaths that truly broke the hearts of fans:
1. Ned Stark, "Game of Thrones."
The moment Ned Stark was beheaded in season one of "Game of Thrones" is a moment that fans will never forget. Stark was a main character. His death was very unexpected. However, as the seasons went on, "Game of Thrones" has proven that it isn't afraid to kill off major fan favorites.
2. Damon Salvatore, "The Vampire Diaries."
Remember when "The Vampire Diaries" killed Damon off and we all thought he was gone for good? The most heart wrenching part about his death was watching him as a ghost while he spoke to Elena. Even though his brother found a way to bring him back to life, we will never forget the death of Damon Salvatore.
3. Henry Allen, "The Flash."
When Henry Allen was killed by Zoom in "The Flash," fans were heartbroken. Barry Allen, the Flash, had finally been reconnected with his dad only to watch him die at the hands of his enemy.
4. Katie Frank, "Containment."
On last week’s episode of "Containment," Katie Frank died after being infected by the deadly virus which caused her city to be contained. We’ll never forget this death especially because Katie died in the arms of the fan favorite Jake Riley while he confessed that he loved her.
5. Lexi Grey, "Grey's Anatomy."
With the end of Lexi Grey in "Grey’s Anatomy" came the end of one of the greatest love stories on television. Dr. Mark Sloan, affectionately known as McSteamy by his coworkers, was the love of Lexi’s life. In an on-again, off-again relationship that had everyone had been rooting for them to be endgame, it seemed only fitting that Lexi Grey’s last words would be to the love of her life, confirming what we knew all along. The two of them were “meant to be” all along.
6. Camille O’Connell, "The Originals."
After centuries of being cruel and heartless, the original vampire, Klaus Mikaelson, fell in love with a human, Camille O’Connell. We will never forget Camille’s death because she was the kindest character on "The Originals" who did not deserve to be murdered. Klaus will always remember her and knowing him, he will continue to avenge her death and murder those who played a part in the death of his lover.
7. Mona Vanderwaal, "Pretty Little Liars."
Fans will never forget when we thought Mona Vanderwaal died on "Pretty Little Liars." Luckily, she was only faking her death. However, we will never forget that feeling in our stomachs when we saw her lying lifeless in the trunk of A's car.
8. Allison Argent, "Teen Wolf."
When Allison Argent died on "Teen Wolf" we all cried together. Her death was confirmed when her best friend/banshee friend, Lydia Martin, screamed at the top of her lungs. The scream from a a banshee proves that someone has died. Although Allison died while dating Isaac, we all knew she was always meant to be with Scott. With that said, it was only fitting that she died in Scott’s arms. Allison’s dad showed up to the scene of her death right after she died. This made the scene even more heart wrenching than it already was. Thanks for breaking our hearts twice executive producer Jeff Davis!
9. Sheriff Clark Hudson, "Scream."
Sheriff Clark Hudson’s death on "Scream" was tragic. Hudson was stabbed to death and cut open by the infamous Ghostface. His body was found by his girlfriend Maggie. Hudson left behind a teenage son.
10. Michael Dodds, "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit."
Michael Dodds’ death on "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit" marked the first time a major character had been killed off of the show. No one expected Dodds to die after being shot. It seemed that he was about to make a full recovery. The whole SVU squad received the news about Dodds’ death at the hospital. They all grieved together, but Dodd’s partner, Detective Olivia Benson grieved the most.