Well I'll go with the ones I've actually seen:
Yeeah kinda. There are some good bits and bad bits in that. Overall it could be worse. Boomer is the only one I genuinely agree on, because she manages to be successful without invalidating her feminimity.
Yeah, that's a good one - but bear in mind that the main character is only a successful woman because she does not act like a normal woman. The secondary characters all follow gender stereotypes, the men goof around and joke and the women get emotional about babies and relationships. Pretty much an example of what I was talking about.
Are you serious? Just because the main character is a woman who kills men doesn't make it any less blatantly sexist. I point you at any scene involving Cordelia or Dawn, or any high-school girl. Buffy spends far, far too much time agonising over her fucking relationships (to the point where she can't do her professional job, hint hint) while the people she has relationships with are manly men who are all manly and stuff - and always competant. Willow spends half of her time being unable to fight, and when she finally does learn how to fight it's a bad thing because oh noes, she can't control her power and stuff.
Really? I have no idea how you pulled equal opportunities out of that one. Cuddy spends her entire time being bullied by House, ineffectually trying to control him as an authority figure, and having to cover for him because he's so amazing she can't afford to lose him. Cameron is the bleeding heart soppy woman, and is overruled every time by her patriarchal figure. Admittedly the whole point is that House overrules everyone regardless of gender, but I really don't see any sexual equality here. Even from the secondary characters, Foreman is the only one to get promoted or show any desire to rise through the ranks (apart from cut-throat bitch, oops, there we go with the stereotyping again), when House tries to recruit the CIA doctor it turns out that she's just pretty and is actually shit at her job.... the list goes on.
Basically, consider this to be the equality test, think about it next time you watch a show:
Is a main character a woman?
Does she talk to other women?
Are they talking about anything other than the male characters?
Are they talking about anything other than "woman things" e.g. emotions, babies etc?
If you answer "Yes" to all of those questions about once per episode, it's a pretty gender-neutral show. Likewise you can look at a scene and mentally reverse the genders of the characters, pretend the man is the woman and vice versa. Does the script become completely absurd? If so, it's probably because they're following gender stereotypes (most often to the detriment of the woman).
Having said all that, I'm not a feminist nut, I'm a bloke. I just look at some of the scenes/plots of these shows and they actually interfere with my suspension of disbelief as to how women are portrayed as behaving (which is why I can never watch horror films, because the women are ALWAYS fucking stupid).