AMERICAN HORROR STORY, Connie Britton, Dylan McDermott, Taissa Farmiga, Zachary Quinto

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Oh, Zachary Quinto, how we have missed you on our TVs!

The artist formerly known as Heroes' Sylar (who recently came out publicly) is making his debut on FX's American Horror Story this Wednesday, playing a gay former owner of the house.

And ohhhhh, from the video was just scored, we can tell you he still does creepy like nobody's business. We. Love. It.

Check out our exclusive first look right here!

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This Wednesday's episode is the first of a big Halloween two-parter—the second episode will air on Halloween night.

Quinto is set to appear in at least four episodes as Chad, the former gay owner of the haunted house who becomes friends with Connie Britton's character Vivien.

Only hitch?

Quinto himself reveals he's "recently dead."

Well, that's gonna put a damper on Viv's new BFFery!

MORE: Zachary Quinto on Coming Out: "I Feel Really Grateful"

American Horror Story, from Glee bosses Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, has been climbing in the ratings since its debut three weeks ago. This week's episode was the No. 1 or No. 2 most-watched cable series of the night.

For more scoop on what's coming up (and who's coming back!) on the series, check out our American Horror Story Redux, which posts after every new episode.

Catch American Horror Story Wednesday nights at 10 on FX.

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