Dive into the making of the shocking final scene of Episode 201, %u201CGone But Not Forgotten.%u201D Sit down with cast and crew as they discuss how it all came together in order to start the season off with a bang
In this scene from the second After Hours Special, Olivia Cooke, who plays Emma Decody, tells how trying to maintain her American accent while not filming ended up embarassing her into silence.
Take a look inside Episode 110, Learn from the writers and actors just how far Norma would go with her back up against the wall, and uncover how Sheriff Romero's moral compass guides the inner workings of the town. Also, hear the writers' thoughts on Norman's behavior in the final moments of the season finale. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/bates-motel/
The cast and creators talk about the unique look of Bates Motel in this behind-the-scenes clip.
An unscheduled trip to the original Bates Motel almost kept Freddie Highmore from making it to Comic Con. Watch what happened in this video from the Comic Con panel featuring Freddie, Carlton Cuse, Kerry Ehrin and more.
Johnny wins a life supply of Pork Pops thanks to his future self.
In this scene from the episode Presumed Innocent, Zane isn't happy about Dylan questioning his plan to attack Nick Ford's warehouse.
In this scene from the episode The Box, Dylan admits to Nick Ford that he wasn't about to kill Zane.
In this scene from the After Hours Special, Writer/Producer Carlton Cuse reminisces about dumping a body in a lake.
In this scene from the episode Shadow of a Doubt, Gil's replacement, Zane, sets out to prove that he's not to be messed with.
Get an inside look at episode 204, %u201CCheck Out.%u201D Hear from the cast and crew how the information Dylan has learned will affect his decisions. Get a deeper look at just how close the connection is between Norma and Norman.
In this scene from the second After Hours Special, Vera Farmiga, who plays Norma Bates, tells how she treats the cast to elaborate meals during holidays.
In this scene from the episode Check-Out, Norman takes on the persona of his mother when he faces off with his uncle.
The teenage years of Norman Bates from Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho."
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