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About this title

Storyline

After the death of her husband, Norma Bates buys a motel in the picturesque coastal town of White Pine Bay, giving herself and teenage son Norman a chance to begin anew. Shy Norman is reluctant at first, but with the help of his mother -- with whom he shares an intensely close relationship -- the boy begins to open up to others and make new friends. Some locals, however, aren't as friendly and welcoming to the Bates, who discover that because White Pine Bay isn't as peaceful as it appears, they are forced to do whatever it takes to survive. The drama series, from executive producers Carlton Cuse ("Lost") and Kerry Ehrin ("Friday Night Lights") and inspired by the seminal 1960 horror film "Psycho," explores the formative years of Norman Bates and how his complicated bond with his mother forged a serial killer.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: March 18, 2013

Also Known As: Beitsu viesbutis, Bates Motel (televisieserie) |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (16, 14) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

small town
parent child relationship
motel
dysfunctional family

Company Credits

Production Co: American Genre Film Archive, Kerry Ehrin Productions |  See more »

Cast

Jennifer Cheon Garcia
as Fiber Analyst/Hair
Michael J Rogers
as Jimmy Brennan
Devielle Johnson
as Luther
Jason Asuncion
as Pineview Patient
Max Thieriot
as Dylan Massett
Chris Shields
as Deputy
Tomiwa Edun
as Marcus Young
Nick Hunnings
as Deputy Walker
Linley Subryan
as Shopper/White Horse Patron
Derek Schnobb
as Diner Patron/Motel Patron
Masae Day
as Shopper
Alexander Calvert
as Ra'uf
Christopher Pearce
as Attractive Man
Courtney Richter
as Portia
Vanessa Richards
as Surly Receptionist
Scott Patey
as Omar
Jay Brazeau
as Justin Willcock
Paloma Kwiatkowski
as Cody Brennan
Carter Kinsella
as Valet #1
Taryn Faustman
as Orgy Woman #1
Lisa MacFadden
as Orderly
Graeme McComb
as Chris
Michael Creber
as Audition Pianist
Natalia Cordova-Buckley
as Julia Ramos
Michael O'Neill
as Nick Ford
Lee Shan Gibson
as Correctional Officer
Martin Novotny
as Clay DuFont
Leah Cairns
as Woman
Farrah Aviva
as Receptionist
Karin Konoval
as Kara
Carmen Moore
as Grace Wei
Vivian Lanko
as Village Woman
Ted Cole
as Kenny
Nels Lennarson
as Sheriff
Johanna Marlowe
as Francine Calhoun (Norma's Mom)
Natalie von Rotsburg
as Legion Waitress
Karina Logue
as Audrey
Tom McBeath
as Stanley
Ken Godmere
as Thomas Landry
Paola Botero
as Spanish Woman
Terence Kelly
as Dickie Bolton
Wolfgang Klassen
as Cop-DEA
Todd Thomson
as Coroner
Andrew Howard
as Will Decody
Angela Moore
as Nurse
Jesse Reid
as Clerk - Phone Store
Mercedes de la Zerda
as Summer
Andrea Brooks
as Joanne Carlson
Ryan Hurst
as Chick Hogan
Mira Eden
as Young Norma
Ben Cotton
as Danny
Brendan Taylor
as Bartender
Christopher Laurence
as Tweaker
Gareth Rees
as Barista #2
Mark Burgess
as Man (Driver)
Conchita Campbell
as Kennedy
Sachin Sahel
as Oliver
Alessandro Juliani
as Vic (Job Interviewer)
Aliyah O'Brien
as Regina/Receptionist/Regina Worth
Don MacKay
as Minister/Reverend
Manny Jacinto
as Loner Guy
Austin Nichols
as Sam Loomis
Marshall Allman
as Julian Howe
Matt Ellis
as Danny
Jim Shield
as Farmer
Kelly-Ruth Mercier
as Nurse Penny
José Vargas
as Field Man #2/Tony
Michael Eklund
as Zane Morgan
Mercedes De La Cruz
as Chantel
Rebecca Creskoff
as Christine Heldens
Veena Sood
as Dr. Elizabeth J. Schaefer
Peter Stebbings
as Trespasser/Bob's Employee
Richard Harmon
as Richard Sylmore
Shawn Stewart
as Bodyguard
Lara Gilchrist
as Rebecca Craig
Natalie Moon
as Aaron's Mother
Darren Moore
as Iggy
David Cubitt
as Sam Bates
Marc-Anthony Massiah
as Jake
Craig Erickson
as Howard Collins
Patti Allan
as Anne Dietrich
Albert Galindo
as Orgy Man #1
Harrison MacDonald
as Philip
Brittney Wilson
as Lissa
Elizabeth Weinstein
as Nurse
Diego Romero
as Orgy Man #2
Fiona Vroom
as Vicki Monroe
Nima Ghavami
as Chuck
Freddie Highmore
as Norman Bates
Cameron Forbes
as Male Marshall
Daniel Jacobsen
as Hardware Store Clerk
Liam Raymond Dib
as Townsfolk
Nicola Peltz
as Bradley Martin
Stephen Boersma
as Dude #1/Young Caleb
Allyson Grant
as Attractive Woman
Kyle Warren
as Dean
Eddie Flake
as Dangerous Dude
Lini Evans
as Amelia Martin
Luke Roessler
as Young Norman
Al Sapienza
as Jeff Dunn
Agam Darshi
as Deputy Patty Lin
Kim Kondrashoff
as Bartender
Daniel Boileau
as Clerk
Sam Vincent
as Phil
Dominique Fricot
as Singer
Ian Hart
as Will Decody
Diana Pavlovská
as Joanna
Keegan Connor Tracy
as Miss Blaire Watson/Miss Watson
Zibby Allen
as Cop
Hugo Steele
as Inmate
Shane Munson
as Elizabeth
Sunita Prasad
as Andrea
Beckham Skodje
as Norman (4 years old)/Norman (5yr Old)
Dan Zukovic
as Harry
Peter James Bryant
Loretta Walsh
as PTA Mom
Erika Mitsuhashi
as Orgy Woman #4
Sian Sladen
as Ticketing Agent
Yoshié Bancroft
as Hostess
Glen Gordon
as Harry
Louis Ferreira
as Doctor/Dr. Guynan
Christian Michael Cooper
as Aaron
Garfield Wilson
as Anthony Dixon (DEA)
Steve Makaj
as Man (Amelia's Boyfriend)
Byron Noble
as Ryan Pena
Dominique Robinson
as Paramedic
Gerardo Barcala
as Father/Dancer
Jennifer Copping
as Amy
Larry Hoe
as Mechanic
Florence Reiher
as Student
Mike Vogel
as Deputy Zack Shelby
Evans Johnson
as Cat
Joshua Hinkson
as Jason
Andrew Airlie
as Mayor Rob Woodriff
Diana Bang
as Jiao/Realtor
Hinde Rabbaj
as ER Nurse
Shannon Chan-Kent
as Pharmacist
Ally Warren
as Cocktail Waitress
Francis X. McCarthy
as Declan Rogers
Damon Gupton
as Dr. Gregg Edwards
Robert Moloney
as Lee Berman
Raphael Sbarge
as George Lowery
Tracy Spiridakos
as Annika Johnson
Geoff Gustafson
as Brian Fuller
Kirt Purdy
as Craig Worth
Trish Allen
as Nurse
Carolyn Adair
as Driver
John Hainsworth
as Jim Blackwell
Joel Montgrand
as Guard (Jodi's)
Lee Tomaschefski
as Barista
Eileen Pedde
as Judge Gollmar
Katie Watts
as Mikado Woman
Dustin Freeland
as Deputy
Aiden Lane Robson
as Dylan (Amy's Son)
Gillian Barber
as Dr. Helen Ginsberg
Nestor Carbonell
as Sheriff Alex Romero/Alex Romero
Heidi Ford
as Dead Woman
Catherine Lough Haggquist
as Liz Morgan
Shaun Omaid
as Pierre
Simon Longmore
as Elderly Motorist
Ian Tracey
as Remo Wallace
Jackie Blackmore
as Motel Guest
Aaron Hutchinson
as Paramedic
Sasha Rojen
as Portland Kid
Panta Mosleh
as Female Marshall
Naomi Simpson
as Pawn Store Clerk
Aubrey Arnason
as Jen
Jenna Romanin
as Jenna
Antonio Cayonne
as Bruce Herman
Micheal Doonan
as Attractive Man
Cameron McDonald
as Landscaper
Harmen Van Andel
as Sid
Terry Chen
as Ethan Chang
Richard Meen
as Worker
Kwesi Ameyaw
as Dr. Porter
Molly Price
as Detective Chambers
Brendan Fletcher
as Kyle Miller
Isabelle McNally
as Madeleine Loomis
Elizabeth Greer
as Dr. Louise Palma
Broadus Mattison
as Construction Guy
Nicholas Holmes
as Young Norman
Barry Nerling
as SWAT Man
Georgina Alpen
as Orgy Woman #2
Victoria Cruz
as Waitress
Gina Chiarelli
as O'Sullivan
Sarah Hayward
as Assistant City Hall
Malcolm Craig
as Boy
Ash Lee
as Dr. Nguyen
Simon Chin
as Bailiff
Jere Burns
as Jake Abernathy
Catherine Barroll
as Mrs. Donovan
Jenn Bird
as Lori
Mackenzie Murdock
as Hugo
Carlton Cuse
as Officer Kaplan
Chris Nowland
as Desk Sergeant Davis
Hiro Kanagawa
as Dr. Fumhiro Kurata
Marius Gerardo Señoráns Schottelius
as Toddler in stroller
Jeff Evans-Todd
as Ben Willcock
Carmela Sison
as Receptionist
Anna Hagan
as Connie
Anika Noni Rose
as Special Agent Liz Babbitt
Enid-Raye Adams
as Dr. Smith
Kathleen Robertson
as Jodi Morgan
Uma Jama
as Bob's Assistant
Matthew Mandzij
as Deputy Jeffcoat
Peter New
as DMV Guy
Graeme Duffy
as Lab Assistant
Alec Santos
as Forensic Photographer
Keenan Tracey
as Gunner
Jason Edward Coleman
as Worker
Noel Johansen
as Dan Tapley
Tiffany Sheppard
as Waitress
Michael Vartan
as George Heldens
Melissa Hughes
as Customer #2
Sarah Grey
as Young Norma
Teryl Rothery
as Caroline
Alison Matthews
as Doctor
Colleen Winton
as Ginny
Richard David Lecoin
as Forensics
Lindsay Collins
as Legal Assistant
Christa Andersen
as Hippie
Valerie Tian
as Clerk
Patrick Koslo
as Town Man
Brooke Smith
as Sheriff Jane Greene
Martin Cummins
as Peter
Emmalyn Estrada
as Hayden
Karen Khunkhun
as Reporter
Marlo Franson
as Construction Guy
Matthew MacCaull
as Matt Brownstein
Chad Rook
as Johnny B
Peter Brown
as Party Guest/Strip Club Patron
Travis Breure
as Young Caleb (13yr)/Young Caleb
Emiliano Díez
as Alex's Dad
Kevin Rahm
as Bob Paris
Gaalen Engen
as Store Owner
Dolores Drake
as Receptionist - Mayor's
Vera Farmiga
as Norma Louise Bates
Robert Mann
as Dale
Jillian Fargey
as Maggie Summers
Cameron Dent
as Bartender
Hayley Gray
as Liz
David Aguirre Firth
as Joseph
Lindsey Ginter
as Mac Dixon
Kelly McInnes
as Orgy Woman #3
Panou
as Jailor
Nathan Cann
as Mark
Bonnie Hay
as ER Nurse
Jaime Ray Newman
as Rebecca Hamilton
Rihanna
as Marion Crane
Peter Bryant
as Doctor Levine
Lauren Overholt
as Sabel Willcock
Kenny Johnson
as Caleb Calhoun
Joshua Leonard
as James Finnigan
Vincent Gale
as Gil Turner
Olivia Cooke
as Emma Decody
Danny Mac
as DEA Officer
Jenn Griffin
as Older Woman
Daesha Danielle Usman
as Young Nurse
Francisco Cano
as Field Man #1/Paco
Larry MacDonald
as Security Guard
Dustin Schwartz
as Flower Delivery Guy
Nicholas Carella
as Deputy Billy Miller
Nelson Leis
as Portland Dad
D. Harlan Cutshall
as Pedestrian
Eva Day
as Psych Student
Kailey Spear
as Metal Detector Cop
Michael Dickson
as Customer #1
Christian Tessier
as Stephen
Sarwan Badesha
as Paramedic
W. Earl Brown
as Keith Summers
John Cassini
as Max Borowitz
David Neale
as Host
Madyson Parsons
as Young Norma (12yr)
Wilson Bethel
as Taylor
Alexia Fast
as Athena
Hannah Levien
as Portland Woman
Aaron Pearl
as Ben
Paul Jarrett
as Principal Tom Hutchins
Primo Allon
as Joey
Monice Peter
as Nurse Hattie

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2013 | 10 Episodes

Season 2

2014 | 10 Episodes

Season 3

2015 | 10 Episodes

Season 4

2016 | 10 Episodes

Season 5

2017 | 10 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Casting Society of America, USA 2013

Nominee

Casting Society of America, USA

Outstanding Achievement in Casting - Television Pilot - Drama

Critics Choice Television Awards 2013

Nominee

Critics Choice Television Awards

Best Actress in a Drama Series

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