The Twilight Zone: Hunted:
In a futuristic society there hasn't been any murders or any violent crime for 50 years. But how did "mankind" accomplish this? Then comes word that a savage beast from the past known as a "creeter" has emerged in the woods outside of the city and killed (4) hikers. A volunteer military team of (5) soldiers is sent to seek out and destroy the enemy and restore peace to the civilized society. But the savage killer proves to be a difficult foe to capture and the creeter is able to kill (3) of the soldiers while taking a 4th hostage. The creeter uses the captured soldier to lure the last remaining soldier to his hideout. But once inside the hideout we learn that the creeter has spared this soldier because the creeter believes the soldier can help save the creeter's pregnant wife. Yes, it seems that the creeter is in fact human. And the soldiers and the peaceful futuristic society, not human! They are all cyborgs. The soldier manages to surprise the creeter (which stands for "creator" by the way) and kill him. Thus killing the last known human. And with that the cyborgs peaceful way of life is restored.
In the future, almost all crime has been eliminated; squads of Civil Security Guards perform what little law enforcement is necessary. One such squad is called into action when the Kreetor, a genetically altered creature of a species long thought extinct, has returned to menace this idyllic future society.
After four hikers are killed, the Guards attempt to hunt down the creature but soon it becomes unclear who is hunting whom.
At the end, the Kreetor is revealed to be a human ("Kreetor" being another word for "Creator"). Jeffrey Freed, the commander of the unit, and his kind - everyone else left on Earth - all turn out to be androids who have emulated human society.
The Kreetor abducts Freed and asks him to help his pregnant wife, but Freed refuses and kills the Kreetor.
Returning to his home, Freed sees his wife with their baby as he tells her "unplug" it so that it can get some sleep. After Forest Whitaker's narration about the "evolution or exinction" of man is heard, Mrs. Freed says "Good night" to her baby and unplugs it for the night.
God created humanity in his image. Humans created Jeffrey Freed and his kind in their image. Extinction or evolution? I guess it all depends on your point of view.