Published On: Sat, Mar 8th, 2014

Freddie Highmore takes center stage in new ‘Bates Motel’ season 2 promo

‘Who is Norman Bates?’ is the topic in the new teaser from A&E for their hit show Bates Motel, the prequel to the Alfred Hitchcock classic Psycho.

Freddie Highmore as Norman Bates lie detector photoFreddie Highmore stars Norman as the audience is challenged to understand the complex mind of the character and even ask if he’s “Psycho?”

Season of Bates Motel began with the fallout from Ms. Watson’s death and promised to offer most complexity and additional suspects in the murder.

Now Episode 2 airs this Monday at 9pm on A&E. and is titled “Shadow of a Doubt” (and yes, Hitchcock fans will recognize the title is the same as a classic film by the director)

In this episode: Norma tries to distract Norman from his obsession with Miss Watson by auditioning for a play.  A new player in town has Dylan and Remo on edge.

“Every ounce of energy is about trying to struggle with raising this atypical child, and doing it as a single parent.  She’s also got her own painful history to contend with.  She’s got this rampart that she’s built.  It’s like the walls of Constantinople.  It’s a lifetime of defensive walls that she has,” star Vera Farmiga recently said of her character Norma, and the struggle raising Norman.

Be sure to check out the new episode Monday.

For some of the top stories on Bates Motel posted here on The Dispatch – click HERE

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