Starring: Vera Farmiga, Freddie Highmore, Max Thieriot, Nestor Carbonell, Olivia Cooke
A teenage Norman Bates moves to a small town after his mother buys a motel.
Season two consists of Norma trying to get the city to stop the new highway which leads her to strange bedfellows, Norman gets a girlfriend whom Mother does not approve, Dylan becomes deeper entrenched in the local drug war, and the Sheriff Romero begins to think Norman may have more to do with the teacher's murder than originally suspected.
The two main characters, Norman and Norma, are starting to get annoying to me. Most of the season they bicker and fight and become too needy and demanding to each other. It gets tiresome rather quickly. I find the more intriguing storyline to be with her other son Dylan and his drug dealing ways. However the last two episodes started to get really dark and intense by revealing how messed up Norman and his relations with Mother actually might be.
Rating: In the middle
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