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Freddie Highmore, the cute and talented young boy from such films as Finding Neverland and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, is all grown up and stepping into the very adult role of Alfred Hitchcock's Norman Bates in Bates Motel, which premieres this Monday, March 18th with "First You Dream, Then You Die", only on A&E.
This new drama series is a contemporary prequel to the genre-defining film Psycho, and promises to give viewers an intimate portrayal of how Norman Bates' psyche unravels through his teenage years. Fans will have access to the dark, twisted backstory of Norman Bates and how deeply intricate his relationship with his mother Norma truly is. The series also stars Academy Award nominee Vera Farmiga.
We caught up with Freddie to chat about Bates Motel. Visit TVweb to watch our exclusive interview, and discover how the young Mr. Highmore has reinvented a horror icon »
One month seems like an awfully long time to wait until Bates Motel premieres with "First You Dream, Then You Die" on A&E, even if February is a short month. The network has debuted a four-minute sneak peek at the Season 1 premiere episode, plus a new trailer to boot. Freddie Highmore stars as Norman Bates, with Vera Farmiga portraying the matriarch Norma Bates, as they try to start fresh in a new town and build what will become the infamous title locale.
clickHere to visit TVWeb and take a look at this double-dose of new footage from the upcoming horror series, debuting Monday, March 18 at 10 Pm Et.
Bates Motel episode 1.1, "First You Dream, Then You Die" airs on A&E March 18th, 2013. The episode stars Conchita Campbell, Vera Farmiga, Mike Vogel, Caroline Matthews and is directed by Tucker Gates. »
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