The new season picks up immediately where we left off with Romero disposing of Bob Paris’ body, Norma worrying about Norman, and Norman himself waking up in the middle of a field with no recollection that he murdered Bradley. It’s immediately clear that this season will be vastly different than the others. Norman’s reached a […]
There’s something so natural about the progression of each of the characters and their journeys in Bates Motel, but especially that of Norman Bates (Freddie Highmore). We’ve seen him descend deep into his mind. We’ve seen him speak to “Norma,” even though she’s not quite there. We’ve seen him spy on women as they undress. All characteristics of […]
This was definitely one of the more pleasant episodes from all three seasons, and yet, it ended in creepiness and the inevitable incest as pretty much all Bates Motel episodes do. The first moment that set my heart a-flutter was Dylan (Max Thieriot) and Emma’s (Olivia Cooke) friendship blossoming into something more. (Dylan, I don’t care that […]
I’ll continue to say this after every episode: I pity you greatly if you aren’t watching Bates Motel because it’s just that good. (I don’t know why you’d be reading this if you aren’t, but anyway). The episode picks up right off after last week’s episode with Norman (Freddie Highmore) throwing an angry fit in the kitchen because […]
Remember how I was heartbroken and scared after last week’s episode when Norman (Freddie Highmore) was on his way to tell Norma (Vera Farmiga) that Dylan (Max Thieriot) was keeping his father and her rapist, Caleb (Kenny Johnson), up at his farm? Well, he didn’t actually tell Norma! Yay. Not so yay is that he was under […]
After the death of Annika (Tracy Spiridakos), Norma’s (Vera Farmiga) forced to lie to Romero (Nestor Carbonell) and Norman (Freddie Highmore), while entrusting Dylan (Max Thieriot) with the USB she was given that could potentially alter their lives for the better. Rather than pile this information up on Norman, who’s already very fragile, she chooses to […]
EW always brings together some of the best and most interesting stars together for what are normally fun and rousing panels. This year, Darren Franich moderates the “Brave New Warriors” panel that includes Sleepy Hollow‘s Tom Mison, Fury‘s Jon Bernthal, The Giver‘s Brenton Thwaites, Sons of Anarchy‘s Theo Rossi and Bates Motel‘s Freddie Highmore.
From terrible mothers to downright horrible fathers – TV has got plenty of bad parents that may or may not make you appreciate your own just a little bit more. Here is our list of the 10 worst parents on television: 1. Olivia Godfrey, Hemlock Grove This woman killed her baby. Like, she reached down […]