Bates Motel: Season 3

Bates Motel: Season 3

Bates Motel: Season 3

Golden Globe nominee Freddie Highmore is a young Norman Bates in this "contemporary prequel" to Alfred Hitchcock classic Psycho. Co-stars Oscar nominee Vera Farmiga (The Conjuring) as Norman's mother.

2015USA
CrimeHorrorMystery

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EPISODE 3.1
29 February 2020

A Death in the Family

Norman and Emma make decisions regarding their future; Norma informs Norman of his boundaries.

EPISODE 3.2
29 February 2020

The Arcanum Club

Norma and Norman focus on Annika's disappearance; Norma learns the truth about the Arcanum Club.

EPISODE 3.3
29 February 2020

Persuasion

Norman's relationship with Emma weakens his bond with Norma; Romero asks Norman some hard questions.

EPISODE 3.4
29 February 2020

Unbreak-Able

Emma and Norman spend a day away from the motel; Romero looks into two strange deaths in White Pine Bay; Norma returns to school; Caleb and Dylan's hidden secrets unravel.

EPISODE 3.5
29 February 2020

The Deal

Norma turns to Romero for guidance when she finds herself in an unexpected position of power.

EPISODE 3.6
29 February 2020

Norma Louise

Norma contemplates a life outside of White Pine Bay; Emma and Dylan bond while helping Norman.

EPISODE 3.7
29 February 2020

The Last Supper

Norman agrees to get help; Dylan learns disturbing news about Emma's health.

EPISODE 3.8
29 February 2020

The Pit

Romero confronts Norma about newly learned information; Caleb and Dylan take a risky job.

EPISODE 3.9
29 February 2020

Crazy

Norman spends the day with a surprise visitor; Norma attempts to keep secrets from being revealed.

EPISODE 3.10
29 February 2020

Unconscious

Norman's issues push Norma to the breaking point; Emma has an unexpected reaction to good news.

Bates Motel: Season 3 / Reviews

Slant Magazine

Slant Magazine

If discovering the sinister particulars of how they'll get there [the film Psycho] is the driving force of Bates Motel, the surfeit of subplots might be seen as a series of speed bumps or potholes, slowing an otherwise ferociously entertaining two-hander at every turn.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

As it starts Season 3 on Monday night, it has evolved into a deftly acted story of small-town dysfunction, creepy when it needs to be yet far more wide ranging than the movie that inspired it.

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