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With the fifth and final season of Bates Motel just around the corner, IGN has debuted four creepy posters featuring Norman Bates and his mother, who (spoilers) he killed towards the end of the show’s previous season. Freddie Highmore’s Norman is detached from reality alongside Vera Farmiga’s Norma, whose face is void of expression, on the one-sheets, which tease yet another chilling season of the hit series. See them here…
This contemporary prequel to the genre-defining film Psycho has provided fans with an intimate look into the unraveling of Norman Bates’ psyche throughout his teenage years. Fans watched as Norman’s dangerous transformation came full circle when he methodically murdered his beloved mother, Norma, in the final gut-wrenching episodes of season four. Season five of “Bates Motel” picks up almost two years later and finds Norman (Freddie Highmore), a grown man now, living a double life. Publicly »
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A&E is looking to check viewers into Bates Motel a little earlier this year, as it's been reported that the fifth and final season of the series will premiere in February instead of its usual debut in March.
Yahoo! recently revealed that Bates Motel Season 5 will premiere on Monday, February 20th at 10:00pm Est on A&E (the news was confirmed by TVLine).
The fifth and final season will see the return of core cast members Vera Farmiga (“Norma”), Freddie Highmore (“Norman”), Max Thieriot (“Dylan Massett”), and Nestor Carbonell (“Sheriff Alex Romero”), as well as Ryan Hurst ("Chick) and Kenny Johnson ("Caleb"). Additionally, Rihanna will play Marion Crane, the iconic "shower scene" character played by Janet Leigh in Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho.
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