11/06/2013 03:24 pm ET | Updated Nov 06, 2013

'The Knick' Takes New York City Back In Time (PHOTOS)


Downtown Manhattan looked a century younger today, thanks to Cinemax's new series, "The Knick."

The 10-episode series is set in New York during the early 1900s and centers around the lives of the surgeons and nurses at the Knickerbocker Hospital. It stars Clive Owen and is directed by Steven Soderbergh.

Check out the photos below from New York residents who traveled back in time when they stepped out of their apartment buildings this morning (Nov. 6).

well now this is in front of my building pic.twitter.com/YTcwmHtkGq

— kalkutta (@djkalkutta) November 6, 2013

Filming on Broome and Orchard today. Feels like original LES circa 1870 pic.twitter.com/QwNA8ketXx

— David Rubianes (@davrubianes) November 6, 2013

Filming 'The Knick' outside my office... pic.twitter.com/oc8CWBaRoO

— Derick Carss (@DerickCarss) November 6, 2013

Filming 'The Knick' outside my office... pic.twitter.com/DEBAZnCvMn

— Derick Carss (@DerickCarss) November 6, 2013

They'r shooting a segment of the TV Show #TheKnick in the #LES. #shooting #CliveOwen Go check out ! Broome/Orchard pic.twitter.com/P3GQBJjTA3

— Man-lai liang (@manlailiang) November 6, 2013

No premiere date for "The Knick" has been set.