Top 13 Favorite Feminist Cult Television Shows

Here are my top favorite feminist cult television shows in no particular order:

  1. Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997-2004) created by Joss Whedon
  2. Xena Warrior Princess (1995-2001) created by Robert Tapert
  3. The X Files (1993-2002) created by Chris Carter
  4. Firefly (2002-2003) created by Joss Whedon
  5. The Wire (2002-2008) created by David Simon
  6. Veronica Mars (2004-2007) created by Rob Thomas
  7. Battlestar Galatica (2004-2009) created by Ronald D. Moore
  8. Doctor Who (2005-) created by Sydney Newman
  9. Beauty and The Beast (1987-1990) created by Ron Kolsow
  10. Babylon Five (1994-1998) created by J. Michael Straczynski
  11. Star Trek: Next Generation (1987-1994) created by Gene Roddenberry
  12. Star Trek: Voyager (1995-2001) created by Rick Berman, Michael Piller, Jeri Taylor
  13. Lost (2004-2010) created by JJ Abrams

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3 thoughts on “Top 13 Favorite Feminist Cult Television Shows

  1. Doctor Who year should be 1965, unless your only counting the beginning of the “New” Who era. But yet again I believe there is argument that female characters before new who also count as feminist.

    Fantastic Job on the blog!

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  2. Thank you. I am only counting the “new” Doctor Who from 2005 on because I have only watched the recent seasons. These are my favorite cult feminist television shows and I can’t count shows or seasons that I have never watched. But I see your point.


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