Bradley is staying in Norman’s basement. He wakes her, insisting she tell him what happened. She resists, but Norman won’t help her without honesty. “I killed the guy that killed my dad.”
Season two opens the morning after last season’s finale, with Norma getting a phone call about Miss Watson’s death, and Norman waking up to the news. Norman takes the news really hard. He sobs uncomfortably loud during her memorial, and in the privacy of his room clutches her pearls like a rosary.
Are you ready to check in to season two of Bates Motel?
The award-winning singer/songwriter stars in a stylish gender-reversed ode to Hitchcock's “Psycho” and TV's “Bates Motel.” See the premiere here!
A new season and a motel full of guest rooms to fill... Take a peek at the new guest stars who will be check in to season two of Bates Motel.
I don't know about you guys, but I am beyond stoked for the return of 'Bates Motel' on A&E, which kicks off its 2nd Season on March 3rd. As a die-hard Psycho fanatic (hell, I made a documentary about the entire original franchise), the funnest part of the show for me has been seeing what direction they take this new version of the story. By setting it in modern day and changing a few key aspects from the original movie, they've already created a unique new mythology and universe for these characters to flourish in. And because of that, anything goes!
I was so excited when the Bates Motel screener arrived on my desk the other day. I couldn’t wait to watch it, and now I can’t wait to share with you what you can expect from season two. Enjoy these little tidbits to whet your appetite. Minor spoilers ahead!
A&E just released the first two teases for season two.
There is an embarrassment of horror riches on TV these days. In some ways, that makes it easier to choose ten best episodes, because you have a ton of options to choose from. In other ways, it makes it more difficult because there are so many options to choose from, and you have to sift through the bad to get to the good.
The road to success hasn’t always been an easy one, when it comes to TV adaptations of beloved horror flicks. Over the years we’ve seen many of them come and go, either failing to catch on with audiences the way shows like Bates Motel and Hannibal have or even failing to ever find their way in front of the cameras.