A renegade human prototype "CyberGirl" crash-lands on Earth to explore the humanity on which she is partly modelled. She takes refuge with fourteen-year-old Jackson and his bemused father Hugh, who welcome into their family this young stranger with such astonishing powers. Desperate to experience life in the glorious metropolis of River City, CyberGirl assumes a human identity as Jackson's cousin 'Ashley', and so begins her exploration of the challenges and excitement of life as a teenage girl.

CyberGirl - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2001-07-31

CyberGirl - Coco Johnsen - Netflix

Nancy “Coco” Johnsen is an American model, former Playboy Cyber Girl and fashion designer.

CyberGirl - Controversy - Netflix

In 2003, Johnsen began dating television host Bill Maher. In November 2004, at the end of their 17-month relationship, Johnsen sued Maher for US$9 million for “pain and suffering” for alleged “insulting, humiliating and degrading racial comments.” Her suit stated that Maher promised to marry her and father her children, support her financially, and purchase a Beverly Hills home. Her suit also alleged that she quit her job as a flight attendant and occasional model to be with him. Maher's lawyers in their response filed on November 23, 2004, in Los Angeles Superior Court said Maher is a “confirmed bachelor, and a very public one at that” who “never promised to marry [Johnsen] or to have children with her.” Maher's filing stated that, after the relationship had ended, Johnsen “launched a campaign to embarrass, humiliate, and extort ridiculous sums of money from Bill Maher.” Johnsen had previously accused another former boyfriend of rape and kidnapping in 1997, charges later dismissed for lack of evidence. The 2004 lawsuit was dismissed on May 2, 2005.

CyberGirl - References - Netflix