Bates Motel: Season 5

Bates Motel: Season 5

Bates Motel: Season 5

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.

2017USA
CrimeHorrorMystery

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 5.1
29 February 2020

Dark Paradise

Norman tries to keep up appearances despite a troubling discovery. Dylan and Emma receive a surprise guest.

EPISODE 5.2
29 February 2020

The Convergence of the Twain

Norman's date doesn't go as planned. Romero's frustrations reach a boiling point. Chick brings Norman a gift.

EPISODE 5.3
29 February 2020

Bad Blood

Norman helps Chick with a project. Romero makes his move. An apologetic Madeleine reaches out to Norman.

EPISODE 5.4
29 February 2020

Hidden

Norman learns who he can rely on as he attempts to protect his secrets; Romero struggles to find safety.

EPISODE 5.5
29 February 2020

Dreams Die First

Norman tries to piece together Mother's movements; in Seattle, Dylan and Emma confront an ugly truth; Sam's girlfriend, Marion, makes an impulsive decision with far-reaching consequences.

EPISODE 5.6
29 February 2020

Marion

A special guest checks into the motel; Dylan grapples with devastating news; Sam and Madeleine's marriage reaches a crossroads.

EPISODE 5.7
29 February 2020

Inseparable

Norman and Mother are brought together as trouble looms large. Romero convalesces with the aid of an old friend. Dylan returns home.

EPISODE 5.8
29 February 2020

The Body

Mother uses tough love to protect Norman. Sheriff Greene opens a murder investigation. Dylan gets help for his brother.

EPISODE 5.9
29 February 2020

Visiting Hours

Norman's legal problems worsen. Emma takes care of family business as Dylan finds himself caught between his past and his future. Romero begins his plan for revenge.

EPISODE 5.10
29 February 2020

The Cord

Norman comes home.

Bates Motel: Season 5 / Reviews

Collider

Collider

It’s moody, emotional, tense, and occasionally absolutely horrifying. Like Norman, it is not to be underestimated.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

Everything that makes Bates Motel great connects to what initially fascinated us about “Psycho.”

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