Five seasons of Bates Motel have inevitably built toward one Psycho moment, even going so far as to hire Rihanna in the role of Alfred Hitchcock’s most famous kill. That said, last night’s “Marion” took a major swerve from the 1960 film, for which producers explain why the new shower scene was “definitely not throwing shade” at a classic.
Apart from watching Bates Motel’s Norman finally ascend the Psycho mantle, fans are surely keen for the final season to bring Rihanna’s take on classic Psycho character Marion Crane. You needn’t drill any holes for a closer look in the latest Season 5 trailers, which also offers a closer look at Norman’s newfound relationship with his icy mother.
And lo, another season of Bates Motel has come to a close with Monday’s unsettling “Norman,” following through on a series-shaking cliffhanger from the prior episode. Looking ahead, Season 5 has more or less been confirmed as the final run for Bates Motel, which showrunners now confirm will finally go Psycho with the thriller’s other most famous character.
Last night brought the second season of A&E's breakout 'Psycho' prequel drama 'Bates Motel' to a close with "The Immutable Truth," as Norman (Freddie Highmore) and Norma (Vera Farmiga) were forced to confront the boy's darker side and answer for the mysterious murder that capped off the first season. Now, producer Kerry Ehrin previews the turbulent landscape of season 3 and explains
Welp, if you're going to tell the story of a young Norman Bates growing up to become the 'Psycho' we all know and love, it wouldn't make a terrible amount of sense to quit after the second season. A&E officially renewed Vera Farmiga's Norma and Freddie Highmore's Norman for 'Bates Motel' season 3, set to open up for business in 2015.
For as much as we know of Norman Bates' ultimate 'Psycho' destiny, that hasn't stopped A&E's surprisingly compelling 'Bates Motel' from conjuring up a bit of mystery around the character's burgeoning psychosis. We know the first season finale left one character in a pool of blood, but does a new creepy home video teaser reveal the culprit?
A&E reality series 'Duck Dynasty' patriarch Phil Robertson has been placed on an "indefinite hiatus" from filming after Robertson made comments in a GQ interview sharing his views on homosexuality as a sin, but is that what this country should be concerned about?
The ever-increasing popularity of A&E reality series 'Duck Dynasty' continues to mount as a fourth season prepares for debut on January 15, but future seasons may be in store for a major change. Family patriarch Phil Robertson has been placed on an "indefinite hiatus" from filming after Robertson made comments in a GQ interview denigrating homosexuality as a sin, and comparing it wit