Oh Tommy, some love ya and some hate ya. It's not your fault. I think I know the reason why.
When a character is introduced on the show, the writer can either make the character be loved or hated. It's how we determine the villain over the superhero. When I first learned about Tommy in season one, I was told about his criminal past. Then in season two when I saw Tommy, I couldn't help but to judge him.
If the writers wanted me to feel for Tommy or understand him, instead of using others point of views, Tommy's POV would have been better. In three episodes I still do not know much about Tommy, at least nothing positive. I can't feel sorry or feel pity for a one dimensional character.
The first impression means everything not just in real life but also in fictional situations.
It easy for me to dislike him, I don't even know him and it doesn't help since I only have a negative POV of him.
So Tommy it's not your fault that I am not a fan of you. I just can't help it. Maybe with more depth of your character, then I might be able change my mind.