On Friday, February 7 Screencrush posted the official trailer for the second season of the A&E television drama "Bates Motel," which follows the daily lives of Norma and Norman Bates as they operate an abandoned hotel in White Pine Bay.
The trailer is only thirty seconds ling but features the closeness between Norma Bates (Vera Farmiga) and her son Norman (Freddie Highmore) as the drama and mystery increases around them. Norman is busy obsessing over the death of Miss Watson, his teacher who was showing him a new path in life, while Norma's past is quickly catching up with her. The rest of the footage includes at least two fights, a bloody murder or possible suicide and Norman looking rather ill.
The trailer shows Norma watching her son sleeping from a rocking chair in his room and the pair holding each other close possibly after one of Norman's episodes. Norma's voice can be heard saying she just wants to protect Norman and keep him close because she will die if he leaves her. Later in the clip, the two are dancing happily together and the voice over mentions that they are "basically the same person," which is a reference to the film "Pyscho," which the show is based on.
"Bates Motel" season two will premiere on Monday, March 3 at 9 p.m. on A&E. The episode will consist of ten episodes. Several new characters will be introduced during the new season including George (Michael Vartan) who is a romantic interest for Norma and his sister Christine (Rebecca Creskoff). Dylan will also be getting more involved with the drug scene in the area which could lead to more entanglements with Sheriff Romero.
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