Despite society's push towards gender equality, characters like these persist on television today. And, not surprisingly, in decades past, they were pretty common. These types of characters do make for entertaining television, whether fans root for them or loathe them. It is fiction, after all.
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One of the most popular womanizing TV characters was Charlie Harper from Two And A Half Men, played by veteran movie actor Charlie Sheen, but there have been many others.