Attention all you pervs who are into weird mother-son relationships: You've got some company in A&E, as the network has renewed its original drama Bates Motel for a 10-episode third season.
The creepy Psycho prequel continues to be A&E's number-one drama among the all-important 18-49 demographic. It moves on without its brief scheduling neighbor Those Who Kill, which A&E pulled from its schedule and swept over to Lifetime Movie Network after two low-rated episodes.
Bates Motel, which is executive-produced by Carlton Cuse and Kerry Ehrin, is currently five episodes into its second season. The series stars Freddie Highmore as a teenage Norman Bates and Vera Farmiga as his mother, Norma. Farmiga was nominated for an Emmy last year for her wacko performance in the role.
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AIRED ON 5/16/2016
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