“Psycho” protagonist Norman Bates, played by Anthony Perkins, on the big screen once said, “I think I must have one of those faces you can’t help believing.” Season two of the small screen adaptation “Bates Motel” premiering on A&E at 9pm on Monday, March 3rd, will test this statement after he becomes a person of interest in the murder of his teacher Miss Watson (Keegan Connor Tracy)
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Out series creator Bryan Fuller talked to me about the show’s queerness, how Busby Berkeley inspired one of the more grotesque things on the show and what he thinks of the overall queerness of television and how far we’ve come.
It has been a long week, and I am looking to get a few laughs in before the weekend. I don’t know about you, but I’m ready to be a little tickled before Thursday night wraps with the late night shows.
“Alias” star Michael Vartan is checking into the “Bates Motel” for a key recurring role on the upcoming second season of the A&E thriller. Vartan has been cast as the… More
Crazy is as crazy does, and if we learned anything watching the first season of A&E’s “Bates Motel,” it’s that poor Norman Bates never had a chance. You see, mama… More
Denise Sherwood from “Army Wives“ Series: “Army Wives” is an ensemble drama on Lifetime that centers around the lives of a group of military spouses living on a U.S. Army… More
A&E’s prequel to “Psycho” “Bates Motel” has been picked up for Season 2, the network announced Monday. Production on the second season of 10 new episodes will begin later this… More
Vera Farmiga has some advice for Norma Bates, her character in the new series “Bates Motel”: “Honesty is always the best policy.”
Premiering on Monday, March 18 date, “Bates Motel” explores the story of a teenage Norman Bates, and how he became the fictional serial killer made famous from the 1960 Alfred… More
A&E’s upcoming drama “Bates Motel” will draw inspiration from “Psycho,” but it will not be an homage to the classic genre film. During a recent panel for the dark psychological… More