Check This Out: The First Six Minutes of A&E's 'Bates Motel'

Check This Out: The First Six Minutes of A&E’s ‘Bates Motel’


Your the A&E network and you want to start competing with the other networks like AMC and FX with their series Mad Men, The Walking Dead, Sons of Anarchy, The Americans and Breaking Bad. But where do you go to find new shows?

Well, if you’re A&E, you might go to one of the masters: Alfred Hitchcock. That’s right, A&E is soon to release a new show that series producer Carlton Cuse describes as “One part Friday Night Lights, one part Lost, [and] one part Twin Peaks.” That show: the Psycho prequel Bates Motel.

Intrigued? We are too. Fortunately, we get to be a bit more than intrigued as the first six minutes of the show have been released by A&E.

Bates Motel stars Freddie Highmore as Norman Bates and Vera Farmiga as his mother and debuts March 18th at 10 PM.

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  • BriteRanbew
    March 15, 2013 at 12:52 pm

    This is the first time in a very long time that I’ve been this excited for a new TV show and I think that A&E just might have knocked this one out of the park. The chemistry between Freddie and Vera who play Norman and his mother Norma is fantastic and it translates well on screen. They are 100% believable. I watched the pilot clip in my office at DISH and this one has me sold on it already. Needless to say that I am really anticipating the premiere next week so I can get answers to a lot of questions I already have. I won’t be home to watch Bates Motel when it airs on Monday but I know that I can catch up later. With the Hopper and DISH Anywhere I can turn my iPad or iPod into a TV anytime, anywhere. That way I can watch TV on my terms.