If you're not watching "Bates Motel," you're missing out big time, and we suggest you catch up quickly. For those of you who already appreciate it as much as we do, here are a few clues of what's ahead in Season 2.
TVLine scored some brand new "Bates Motel" Season 2 chatter, and it reveals a few upcoming spoilers about what's to come. Oh, Norma, we cannot wait to see how all this pans out!
It's our first Monday night without "Bates Motel," and the show may be out of sight, but it's never far out of mind. If you're looking forward to Season 2 as much as we are, here are a few more hints of what's coming to tide you over until next year.
A&E got some excellent news today as "Bates Motel" ended its first season as the second-most-watched new cable drama of the year. And if you're a fan of the show, we have more good news in the form of some hints of what's ahead.
On May 10th The Paley Center for Media is celebrating "Bates Motel" with a special episode preview screening and conversation with members of the cast and creative team.
Well, that certainly didn't take long! With the first season of "Bates Motel" premiering as the most-watched scripted drama in A&E history in key demographics, it's no surprise the network has picked up the show for another season.
The final bit of key casting news for NBC's supernatural western pilot "The Sixth Gun" has arrived with Elena Satine signing on to play the “widow” Missy Hume, a powerful Madame who runs the town of Brimstone kept unnaturally youthful by being in possession of the Fifth Gun.
Casting news continues for NBC's "The Sixth Gun" as three more have signed up for active duty in this latest supernatural western. Read on for the skinny on who will be bringing the hot lead to this genre mash-up.
NBC's "The Sixth Gun" has found its female lead in Laura Ramsey, who has snagged the role of farmer's daughter Becky Montcrief. Read on for details and to figure out if this is something you'd like to set your sights on.
A&E is definitely pulling out all the stops when it comes to promoting its upcoming new series "Bates Motel," including making sure that fans hitting the multiplexes this weekend keep the show in mind.
Alrighty, kids! Time for five minutes of video goodness that you're bound to go psycho for! A&E has released two new looks into the crazed world of young Norman Bates and his mother. Relax, take off your clothes, have a shower, and then take a look!
A new interactive website has been set up for A&E's new series based upon the Alfred Hitchcock classic Psycho, "Bates Motel," complete with peepholes and other bits of nasty tailor-made for your prying eyes!
A new promo trailer has popped up online in advance of the March 18th premiere of "Bates Motel" on A&E, and of course we have it right here for you! Be a sweet boy (or girl) and watch it with your mother.
A boy's best friend is his mother. Though in the loony world of Norman Bates, his right hand and a tissue will work in a pinch. In any event, A&E has released both a new teaser and a new bit of artwork for its upcoming series "Bates Motel." Dig it!
Last October NBC and Carlton Cuse began developing a series based on Oni Press’ graphic novel series The Sixth Gun, and now they're moving forward with a pilot for the supernatural western.