Director Phil Coulson from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was killed by Loki in The Avengers only to be brought back to life days later using alien dna. Then in Season 2 he had his left hand cut off only to be replaced in the next season by a cybernetic one, making the much beloved character a very badass Undead Alien Cyborg Spy.
In the 1998 action TV show Air America we have the two male leads Reo Arnett and Wiley Farrell, who are navy fighter pilots cross trained as Navy SEA Ls working as undercover spies.
The Spike reality show Deadliest Warrior is based on this trope. They match up the best warriors throughout history and attempt to determine who would win with SCIENCE! So far Pirate beats Knight, Spartan beats Ninja, Samurai beats Viking, and Apache beats Gladiator.
"The Web of Fear" has probably the most extreme example in the Doctor Who Classic series: Eldritch Abomination-controlled robotic Yeti that produce spiderwebs fighting the British army in the London Underground.
"The Space Pirates" has cowboy pirate astronauts, as does the audio drama "Return of the Rocket Men".
Madame Vastra, a hot lesbian Victorian samurai lizard with a ninja Cockney maid wife. Also? They Fight Crime!.
The Foretold from "Mummy on the Orient Express" is an alien cyborg soldier from an ancient civilisation, which has the appearance of a Mummy and kills by leeching energy from its victims like a vampire.
The Big Finish Doctor Who audios have a nearly literal example in recurring villain Nimrod, a vampire cyborg mad scientist in a suit of polycarbide Powered Armour (basically the same thing the Daleks wear, only built for a human).
A number of challenges on the makeup-F/X game show Face/Off invoke this trope, using themes like "Zombie Apocalypse In Wonderland".
The Reavers of Firefly are chemically-altered xenophobic cannibal rapists zombies.
Starting in the second season of Fringe we get Shapeshifting Cyborg Assassins from a parallel world.
Game of Thrones: Benjen Stark is this, or more precisely, he is a noble born Night's Watch First Ranger who is also essentially a zombie.
Hiccups mentions a 'fantasy-romance' novel involving a robot and werewolf pirates.
The Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger can transform into any previous sentai. This leads to priates turning into ninjas and samurai among other things. Their Mecha Gokai-Oh is a more straight example, as it's a pirate robot that can turn into, among other things, a dragon pirate robot, a police pirate robot with gatling guns, a pirate robot centaur with a giant mechanical lion for it's lower body, a samurai pirate robot and a ninja pirate robot.
A number of shows seem to be designed by taking two random concepts and mashing them together. Kamen Rider Gaim, for instance, centers around samurai and fruits. Kamen Rider Ex-Aid is about doctors and video games.
Greater-Scope Villain organization Foundation X, which appears in Kamen Rider Double and several crossover movies, specializes in creating these by blending the various sources of superpowers available from the shows in the crossover.
The original Kolchak: The Night Stalker sometimes veered into this trope when it adapted old horror icons for its 1970s setting, as with their Headless Undead Avenging Biker.
Warlow from True Blood is an immortal vampire/fae hybrid who was turned by vampire goddess Lilith herself.
Ultraman, who is an intergalactic policeman, looking like somewhere between a robot and a fish, that fights aliens and dinosaurs by using Greco-Roman wrestling, rings of death shaped like buzz saws and his hands being used as a water gun, among other things. He occasionally deals with the Baltans, a race of psychicninja alien lobsters.
In The Vampire Diaries, Klaus is the son of a witch and a werewolf who was turned into a vampire, making him a werewolf/vampire hybrid. He eventaully gains the ability turns other werewolves into hybrids like himself. Klaus's daughter Hope (born during the events of The Originals, later the star of Legacies) ends up inheriting her grandmother's witch powers and her father's werewolf gene, which makes her a Witch/Werewolf/Vampire hybrid.
The 1978 made for TV movie KISS Meets The Phantom of the Park (titled Attack of the Phantoms in Europe) features the 70's rockers as superheroes who draw their powers from a set of ancient talismans battling an army of superpowered androids (including robot clones of themselves in the grand finale) created by a Mad Scientist in the middle of an amusement park to a groovy disco soundtrack, all because said scientist thought holding a concert in the park was a waste of company resources.