'Tis the season for your favorite TV shows to get the ax.

The major networks have announced which newcomers -- "Pitch," "The Real O'Neals" -- and veterans -- "Last Man Standing," "Baby Daddy" -- are facing their final seasons or won't be returning at all.

Below, a look at shows with NYC ties that have recently been canceled for the 2017/2018 premiere season.

With Reuters

'Baby Daddy'

An ABC Family/Freeform favorite will say goodbye after
An ABC Family/Freeform favorite will say goodbye after its May 22 finale. Will the city-set series' leading man Ben Wheeler (Jean-Luc Bilodeau) finally find love after six seasons? (Credit: ABC Family)

'The Odd Couple'

The CBS comedy starring Matthew Perry and Thomas
The CBS comedy starring Matthew Perry and Thomas Lennon (set in NYC) was the latest adaptation of Neil Simon's 1965 play, but its ratings couldn't keep up. The third season finale of "The Odd Couple" aired in January and CBS has since announced it won't be returning. (Credit: CBS / Sonja Flemming)

'Conviction'

The series starring Hayley Atwell as a former
The series starring Hayley Atwell as a former first daughter blackmailed into heading a New York unit dedicated to examining suspected wrongful convictions wasn't re-elected after its first season. If the New York setting seemed unconvincing, it's because the show was filmed primarily in Toronto. (Credit: ABC / John Medland)

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'2 Broke Girls'

Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs were
Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs were "2 Broke Girls" working at the Williamsburg Diner for six years, but did they do Brooklyn justice? The show, taped in front of a live studio audience in Los Angeles, was pretty relatable as far as money struggles go --- aside from the unrealistic apartment Caroline (Behrs) and Max (Dennings) managed to afford on waitressing tips. CBS won't be bringing the series back for a seventh season. (Credit: Warner Bros. Television)

'Girl Meets World'

"Boy Meets World" fans got to see a bit of what the future looked like for Cory and Topanga Matthews in this New York City-set remake, but three seasons were enough for Disney Channel. "Girl Meets World" came to an unofficial end in January when the cast posted emotional pleas on social media in an effort to keep the series afloat. The series officially got the hammer in May, when the network announced it does not plan to bring Maya and Riley back for round four. (Credit: Netflix)

'The Mindy Project'

The Mindy Kaling-created comedy series was renewed for
The Mindy Kaling-created comedy series was renewed for a sixth season, but according to Hulu, it'll be its last. "The Mindy Project," filmed primarily in Los Angeles, follows romance-obsessed New York City doctor Mindy Lahiri -- who has a killer Manhattan brownstone. It'll return to Hulu for its last hurrah in September. (Credit: Universal Television / Jordin Althaus)

'Time After Time'

The time-travel series about H.G. Wells (Freddie Stroma),
The time-travel series about H.G. Wells (Freddie Stroma), who was transported to Manhattan to chase Jack the Ripper, was canceled in March after airing only a few episodes and has been officially pulled from ABC's fall season lineup. (Credit: ABC / Sarah Shatz)