Ready to see what made Norman Bates, well, Norman Bates? Then follow us as we check out the new to Blu-ray "Bates Motel - Season One" out now from Universal Home Entertainment. Avoid showers and ...
Bates Motel’s finale, appropriately titled “Midnight," had everything that had been prepared the episode prior occur at midnight. Norma faces the threat of having her entire family killed because she didn’t drop money to Jake Abernathy, his current fake p more
As always, tonight's Bates Motel was packed. Tall dark and Sheriff demonstrates that he is, in fact, the man; Emma and Norman momentarily step into the third act of a 1980's John Hughes-directed adolescent coming-of-age film; Norma selects a very Norma mo more
The creators of Bates Motel didn?t limit their first season to exploring the close, yet incredibly dysfunctional relationship between a teenage Norman and his mother. Some of the groundwork was laid that explains adult Norman?s mental instability, but vie more
It had to happen sooner or later: Norman Bates went full psycho in the "Bates Motel" Season 1 finale, "Midnight."At least, we think he did. We didn't actually see the murder of Miss Watson (Keegan Connor Tracy), but we saw enough to draw our own conclusio more
“Underwater” was an interesting but fragmented penultimate episode for Bates Motel‘s first season, especially after that shocker last week. This may have been my least favorite episode of the season, because though it set up a final showdown really well, more
Tonight’s episode, “Underwater,” tried to prepare us for what is to come in next week’s finale by furthering Norma’s dive into insanity while bringing her son along for the ride.
First, here’s what happened in the episode:
Norma decides to sell the more
"Underwater," the penultimate episode in Bates Motel's first season, introduced a whole new level of dark humor to the series. Bates Motel has the rare ability to balance a sense of the fantastic, the horrific, believable relationships and, somehow in the more