The term cyborg was coined in 1960, and has become permanent part of the pop culture. Cyborgs of all allegiances have appeared, for decades, in cult television programming.
The Daleks are small squid-like organic beings encased in a metallic travel suit. Similarly, the Cybermen are humanoid beings up-fitted into metallic suits. Sometimes, all that remains of the human biology in the Cybermen is the human brain.
Two of the greatest 1970s superheroes -- The Six Million Dollar Man (or Colonel Steve Austin) and The Bionic Woman (or Jaime Sommers) -- are both actually cyborgs. That is, their damaged limbs and organs have been replaced with bionic or mechanical implants. Steve has a bionic eye as well as a bionic arm and bionic legs. Jaime has a bionic ear, in addition to her arm and both legs. In the course of their series, these heroes sometimes combat cyborg villains, like Sasquatch, the cybernetic being created by an alien race.
In Star Trek: Voyager (1995 – 2001), Captain Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) and her crew rescue a human woman from the Borg Collective, 7 of 9 (Jeri Ryan), and she joins the starship crew.