Behroozed is a verb, meaning "someone whose fate is never dealt with", i.e. a character in a TV series. More specifically, it is used to mean someone who was last seen in the series in some sort of immediate danger, yet the rest of the series never informs the viewer what happened to them. A "Behroozed" character is more likely to occur when a series is suddenly cancelled without enough time for writers to come to a satisfactory conclusion.
It stems from the character Behrooz Araz from season 4 of the TV series 24, who was last seen in grave danger in the hands of terrorists, but never seen or heard of again neither in the rest of series 4, nor any subsequent series (to date). This article referrs to the Fictional Charter of Behrooz Araz from the Fox Drama 24 Background Behrooz Araz is the 17-year-old son of Navi Araz and Dina Araz, terrorists who immigrate to the United States five years prior to the beginning of Season 4 and are instrumental in... 24 is an Emmy and Golden Globe award-winning American television series created by Joel Surnow and Robert Cochran, and produced by Imagine Television. ...
Its use was first recorded on the IMDb message board for 24. The Internet Movie Database (IMDb)  is an online database of information about actors, movies, television shows, television stars and video games. ...
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List of "Behroozed" characters in other TV series
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