Bates Motel, surprisingly, only has three episodes left (man, how time flies!) before it wraps up its sophomore season. This morning, A&E shared with us its “3 episode countdown” TV spot which shows that things are going to be getting pretty intense.
In the next episode, airing Monday, April 21st: Romero digs for the truth behind Miss Watson’s murder, while the war between the drug families presents Dylan with an impossible choice. Norman pushes Norma away when she won’t tell him the truth about his blackouts.
Watch the promo here!
A&E Network has announced it has picked up a third season of the Psycho-inspired television series, Bates Motel. No surprise there, the show has been doing quite well and has found its audience.
A contemporary prequel to the genre-defining film, “Bates Motel” gives viewers an intimate portrayal of how Norman Bates’ psyche unravels through his teenage years. It stars Vera Farmiga in her Emmy-nominated role as Norma Bates with Freddie Highmore as the young Norman.
Bates Motel is back for its second season tonight and I can’t wait to check in on all of our characters who seem to be a little checked out. Bates Motel gets it jollies by making us get the heebie-jeebies and I’m ready for my fix.
At the center of this haunting thriller is a complex love story between mother and son that is unparalleled by any other in its desire, lust, control, and well, general ickiness. So, for all of you star-crossed lovers out there, here are 9 tips to making even the creepiest relationship work, courtesy of the Bates Motel, ‘cause daddy issues are SO 2000 and late!
With Fox’s The Following already airing on Mondays, as of March 3rd, when A&E debuts the second season of Bates Motel and the first of Those Who Kill, Monday is basically Serial Killer Night on television. Granted young Norman isn’t quite there yet, but we all know how that ends up.
Sticking with A&E’s lineup, at this point Bates Motel is the better of the two shows. While it wasn’t exactly must-see TV, the first season was sometimes bonkers, sometimes creepy, and always watchable. It also boasts excellent performances from Freddie Highmore as Norman and Vera Farmiga as his mother Norma.
From The Walking Dead to Breaking Bad and Sons of Anarchy, it appears every hit series these days is getting an “after show.” Including Bates Motel. A&E is going to host Bates Motel: After Hours.
The show is a live half-hour special event bringing the highly engaged “Bates Motel” community to life as fans interact with the show’s stars and creators sharing behind-the-scenes analysis and exclusive content.
A&E has forwarded on to us a handful of new images from the first episode of Bates Motel season 2. The series premieres Monday, March 3rd at 9 PM ET/PT.
In season two of Bates Motel, executive producers Carlton Cuse and Kerry Ehrin dig deeper into the twisted world of the Bates family.
Bates Motel season 2′s official poster has made its debut, courtesy of A&E. You can check it out here along with our photo gallery. The poster features stars Vera Farmiga in her Emmy-nominated role as Norma Bates and Freddie Highmore as Norman.
The series premieres Monday, March 3rd at 9 PM ET/PT.
A&E has released a series of Bates Motel season 2 promo pics in anticipation of the season debut on March 3rd. Give them a look in our gallery here!
Picking up from last season, Norman (Freddie Highmore) is fixating on Miss Watson’s death while Norma’s mysterious past starts to haunt the family with the introduction of her brother.