[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Monday's Season 2 finale of Bates Motel. Read at your own risk.]
Hello again, "Mother."
On Monday's Season 2 finale of Bates Motel, Norman Bates (Freddie Highmore) was once again...
Now that Norman Bates knows the truth about his murderous ways, how much longer can it be kept a secret?
On the penultimate episode of Bates Motel's second season, Norman (Freddie Highmore) was kidnapped and stuffed in a box for hours. The traumatizing time alone allowed Norman's repressed memories of murdering Miss Watson to come to the surface. "This was a huge chunk of reality for Norman Bates, who just doesn't have an awareness of this part of himself," executive producer Kerry Ehrin says...
A&E is extending its stay at Bates Motel.
The network has ordered a 10-episode third season of the drama series, A&E announced Monday. Production on Season 3 will begin this fall...
It's gonna be a bright, sunshine-y day on Season 2 of Bates Motel — at least temporarily.
When the second season of the A&E drama kicks off (Monday, 9/8c, A&E), four months have passed. It's summer in White Pine Bay and Norma Bates (Vera Farmiga) can't hold back the smile that comes from having her motel completely booked. But there's one cloud that Norma just can't shed: Norman (Freddie Highmore) remains fixated on the death of his teacher Miss Watson, whose grave he visits far too often for Norma's liking.
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Of course, all signs in the Season 1 finale suggested it was Norman, distraught from a terrible night at a school dance and vulnerable after being shown affection by Miss Watson, is responsible for his dear teacher's death. Or is he?
"The story of what happened to Miss Watson is very much, at this point, a story of perception," executive producer Kerry Ehrin tells TVGuide.com. "We saw [everything] through Norman's point of view at the end of the last season, and this season, we unravel that....
CBS has given a pilot order to a terrorist drama from Bates Motel's Kerry Ehrin, TVGuide.com has learned.