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.”
Premiering Monday, A&E’s Bates Motel is a modern-day prequel to Alfred Hitchock’s Psycho that delves into the complex, and downright creepy, mother-son relationship that helped to transform teenage Norman Bates into a serial killer.
Bates Motel co-creator Carlton Cuse and stars Freddie Highmore and Vera Farmiga talk about the upcoming A&E drama that reveals how a psycho was born.
A&E has debuted the first two mood-setting teasers for Bates MotelPsycho. The horror series premieres this spring.
“We think our take on the Bates family will both be surprising and subvert expectations. We can’t wait for people to check in,” producer Carlton Cuse explains of his take on the upcoming A&E series Bates Motel, which acts a prequel to Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho.