More small-town intrigue and mother-son bonding are heading our way tonight in Episode 1.04 of "Bates Motel," entitled "Trust Me," and if you need some additional enticement to check in, here are a new preview video and a hefty image gallery from the ep.
We were lucky to see the first three episodes of "Bates Motel" before they aired, but now we're in the same boat as everyone else, having to wait until Monday for a new installment. Here's a look at the upcoming Episode 1.04, "Trust Me."
A&E has provided an inside look at last night's third episode of "Bates Motel," the aptly title "What's Wrong with Norman?," in which the show's writers reveal a new twist to the story and the actors talk about the changes with their characters.
Are you digging "Bates Motel" as much as we are? In addition to learning more about Norman and his mother, we got to see that the town isn't as normal as everyone thought it was. Moreover, both Vera Farmiga and Freddy Highmore were mesmerizing to watch, don't you think?
Hoping the public's fascination with serial killers hasn't reached the saturation point just yet, A&E is finalizing a deal for a series order for pilot "Those Who Kill," starring Chloë Sevigny and James D’Arcy, which Joe Carnahan directed from a script by Glen Morgan.
Been wanting to take a really good look at the sketchbook young Norman Bates found in A&E's hit show "Bates Motel"? Well, now you can as the whole thing is available right now from iTunes as a download! Go ahead, take some time and go a little mad!
We've heard a few grumblings about "Bates Motel" taking a sort of "kitchen sink" approach to the tale of Norman Bates' early years, but we're loving how "Twin Peaks-y" the show has turned out to be.
A&E's surprisingly badass new series "Bates Motel" is off to an incredible start, and believe us when we tell you it only gets better. On tap for you right now is a look at Episode 1.03, "What's Wrong with Norman?"
In the premiere of "Bates Motel" last week, we saw amazing performances by Vera Farmiga and Freddy Highmore, who did a fantastic job channeling a young Anthony Perkins. Now that the plot had been set up, we can learn more about the town and Norma's other son.
We are simply giddy that so many people are going psycho for "Bates Motel." Having already seen the next few episodes, I can tell you first-hand the series continues to deliver. On tap right now is a gallery of images from the show's second episode, "Nice Town You Picked, Norma." Dig it!
Were you one of the record-setting 3 million people to tune into A&E's "Bates Motel?" Do you want to see the episode again? Did you miss the premiere? Either way consider yourself covered as the cable network is streaming the whole enchilada right now.
Just think; if the "Bates Motel" were a real functioning business and Norman and his mom weren't fictitious characters and if the enormous amount of eyes that were glued to A&E's TV series of the same name could be translated into actual guests, the duo would be rich and opening Bates Motels everywhere!
One thing that's obvious about A&E's "Bates Motel" is that the powers-that-be didn't skimp one bit when it came to recreating one of the most iconic locations in horror history. Check out these behind-the-scenes looks at the set design, writing, directing, and first episode of the show.
We're just a few hours away from the premiere of "Bates Motel" on A&E, and in case you're wondering if it's worth your time, our resident Psycho expert, Jinx, has sent over his initial impressions of the first three episodes.