Bates Motel 3.10 – “Unconscious”

Vera Farmiga and Freddie Highmore have continued to show what great actors they are. The finale does not disappoint. Prepare yourself for a bumpy ride.

Bates Motel 3.09 – “Crazy”

Bradley is back and hanging out with Norman (that can’t end well), while Norma searches everywhere for the flash drive.

Bates Motel 3.08 – “The Pit”

This week’s episode finds Norma continually trying to fix and control all the problems in her life: Norman, James, Bob, Romero. And now, a giant pit that is being constructed in her lawn. However, the more she tries to gain control, the more things go haywire. Also, Dylan and Caleb go on a dangerous job.

Bates Motel 3.07 – “The Last Supper”

Last week Bates Motel went THERE when Norman became full “mother” and Dylan witnessed it. Norma lost her senses again. Oh, and Sheriff Romero went to extreme measures to protect his position as sheriff. What happens next?

Bates Motel 3.06 – “Norma Louise”

I’m saying it: “Norma Louise” was the best episode of Bates Motel yet! You do not want to miss this episode! It is a game changer!

Review: Bates Motel 3.05- “The Deal”

Norma and Dylan are hiding that pesky flash drive and Bob Paris and his creepy men really want to get it back.

Review: Bates Motel 3.03 – “Persuasion”

By far the best and most intense episode aired this season, “Persuasion” really takes us to the dark and dramatic places behind Norma and Norman’s relationship. Plus, other answers are finally revealed!

Review: Bates Motel 3.02- “The Arcanum Club”

Last week, the mysterious and scantily-clad motel guest, Annika Johnson (Tracy Spiridakos), disappeared and Norman returned in her car, solo. What happened to her and was Norman behind it?

Review: Bates Motel 2.02 – “Shadow of a Doubt”

Episode two starts right where the season premiere left off. Bradley (Nicola Peltz) pleading with Norman (Freddie Highmore) to help her. Ugh, just get Bradley out of the show already. Meanwhile, Dylan (Max Theriot) and his drug buddy, Remo (Ian Tracey), arrive at Will’s place to  be greeted by Sheriff Romero (Nestor Carbonell). Will’s been […]

Review: Bates Motel 2.01- “Gone But Not Forgotten”

Bates Motel is back for season two, and we pick up right after the shocking season one finale. If this is your first time watching, prepare for the creepy weirdness that is Bates Motel.