Last night brought the second season of A&E's breakout 'Psycho' prequel drama 'Bates Motel' to a close with "The Immutable Truth," as Norman (Freddie Highmore) and Norma (Vera Farmiga) were forced to confront the boy's darker side and answer for the mysterious murder that capped off the first season. Now, producer Kerry Ehrin previews the turbulent landscape of season 3 and explains some of the finale's creepier moments.
Welp, if you're going to tell the story of a young Norman Bates growing up to become the 'Psycho' we all know and love, it wouldn't make a terrible amount of sense to quit after the second season. A&E officially renewed Vera Farmiga's Norma and Freddie Highmore's Norman for 'Bates Motel' season 3, set to open up for business in 2015.
Indelibly damning our 'Back to the Future'-built appreciation for "Mr. Sandman," 'Bates Motel' season 2 has irreparably appropriated the pleasant little ditty for its first formal trailer. Drinking, drugs, sex and murder await in our latest look at the A&E prequel drama's sophomore season, but will Norman finally be outed as the killer we all know?
It's no secret that James Wan's 'The Conjuring' has been testing through the roof and is poised to terrify audiences when it opens on Friday. Therefore, it's no surprise that 'The Conjuring 2' is already being developed. Considering the story's inspiration for the first, this sequel might just be the start of a new major horror franchise.
It would prove far too incredible and expensive for a real-life 'Bates Motel' to provide housing to some of the legions of Comic-Con attendees, but we'll more than make do with this latest news. A&E's breakout 'Psycho' prequel TV series will make its first Comic-Con appearance next month, and we know exactly who from the cast and crew will check in to the 'Bates Motel' panel.
Paranormal researchers, Ed and Lorraine, try to help a family rid their house of a demonic spirit looking to possess them.
A pair of ghost hunters find more than what they expected when they investigate a family terrorized by violent spirits.
Here's the thing about the new 'The Conjuring' trailer: it looks scary. Like, really scary. Like "oh no I need to sleep with the light on" scary.