The cable channel, which already boasts “Bates Motel” and “The Returned,” is now developing a series based on the Swedish vampire drama.
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The latest teasers for the A&E thriller reveal Norman Bates’ descent on the path that leads him to the events of Alfred Hitchcock’s “Psycho.”
In this new trailer for “Bates Motel,” Norman faces his forbidden desires and dark urges.
The new drama from Carlton Cuse starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead debuts a first trailer built on a spooky Cat Stevens cover.
The cable channel offers a first look at the upcoming supernatural thriller, which stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Sophie Lowe, Jeremy Sisto, Kevin Alejandro and Mark Pellegrino.
The contemporary Psycho prequel will kick off its third season on March 9, followed by the premiere of tthe supernatural thriller The Returned.
Showrunner Carlton Cuse teased at Comic-Con that in the third season of the A&E drama, “Norman most of all is struggling with which side of himself is going to prevail.”
Bates Motel producers Carlton Cuse and Kerry Ehrin discuss the show’s eventual end.