The Bates Motel has once again closed up shop for another season, and with it Norma and Norman inched ever-closer to their Alfred Hitchcock Psycho roots. Season 3 finale “Unconscious” put a major nail in the coffin, killing off a character present since the very pilot, and simultaneously paying major homage to the classic film, but has A&E’s horror-thriller finally jumped the gun?
‘Bates Motel’ hasn’t been bashful about offering a peep or two of new horror, but the fledgling ‘Psycho’ is officially off the wall for a season 3 return. A&E has taken a stab at scheduling ‘Bates Motel’ season 3's official March premiere, with a brand-new spoilery synopsis of twists and turns to come.
The moment that A&E first announced that 'LOST' co-creator and show-runner Carlton Cuse was headed back to TV, we started counting the days until a former 'LOST'ie turned up on the project. With A&E's psycho prequel TV series 'Bates Motel' set to go before the cameras any day with an array of stars already cast, guess what formerly immortal Island-dweller, and Mayor to Gotham City is checking in for a stay at 'Bates Motel?'