Get an early look at the twists and turns that are coming up in the first season of Bates Motel.
Check out the trailer for A&E's new Drama Series, Bates Motel, Premieres March 18th, 10/9c.
This exclusive video takes you inside the episode Gone But Not Forgotten. Learn from the writers and cast how they decided to start off the season with a bang. Get a peek at the chaos that is about to be unleashed this season in White Pine Bay.
Dive into the making of the shocking final scene of Episode 201, %u201CGone But Not Forgotten.%u201D Sit down with cast and crew as they discuss how it all came together in order to start the season off with a bang
In this scene from the episode The Immutable Truth, Norman tells Norma that he regained the memory of killing Ms. Watson while he was held prisoner.
The cast and creators talk about the unique look of Bates Motel in this behind-the-scenes clip.
Carlton Cuse, Kerry Ehrin and the cast talk about the process of creating the show, and where the story is ultimately taking the characters.
In this scene from the episode Presumed Innocent, Zane isn't happy about Dylan questioning his plan to attack Nick Ford's warehouse.
The cast and creators explain what they think is going through Norman's head after Miss Watson's death. Hear their thoughts on the episode's surprising ending. Find out what's coming up in Season 2.
In this scene from the After Hours Special, Writer/Producer Carlton Cuse reminisces about dumping a body in a lake.
In this scene from the episode Meltdown, Norma tells Dylan about Nick Ford's demand to meet.
In this scene from the second After Hours Special, Vera Farmiga, who plays Norma Bates, tells how she treats the cast to elaborate meals during holidays.
In this scene from the episode The Escape Artist, Norma and Nick Ford plan to stop the bypass from being built.
In this scene from the second After Hours Special, Vera Farmiga, who plays Norma Bates, relates how she and Freddie Highmore, who plays Norman Bates, had their first fight when they danced together.
The teenage years of Norman Bates from Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho."
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