The first two episodes of "American Horror Story" season 11 officially debuted Wednesday, this time taking viewers on a journey as they follow an eerie story about multiple murders taking place in New York City.

The newest installment of the anthology series, "NYC," follows a detective and journalist who try to get to the bottom of a series of murders where the victims are all gay men.

"Mysterious deaths and disappearances ramp up in the city; a doctor makes a frightening discovery, and a local reported becomes tomorrow's headline," a synopsis of the first episode reads.

The series, which uses the same actors in new roles each season, sees the returns of Leslie Grossman, Adina Porter, Billie Lourd, Finn Wittrock, Angelica Ross, Lily Rabe and Frances Conroy, while Macaulay Culkin joins the cast for the first time. Evan Peters and Sarah Paulson are not expected to return.

Previous iterations included "Murder House," "Asylum," "Coven," "Freak Show," "Hotel," "Roanoke," "Cult," "Apocalypse," "1984" and "Double Feature."

The series is produced by Ryan Murphy, who also produced the popular Netflix series "Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story," which Peters did star in. The story in the new season of "AHS" appears to follow a similar vein.

New episodes of "AHS: NYC" will air Wednesdays on FX at 10 p.m. EDT and can be streamed the next day on Hulu.