Starring: Vera Frarmiga, Freddie Highmore, Olivia Cooke Max Theiriot, Nestor Carbonell, Kenny Johnson
A mother and her unbalanced son run a motel in a small town. She battles with the city and a rich developer who is trying to move the highway. And then there is the random deaths which keep popping up.
This season turned it up a notch in weirdness and uncomfortable scenes as Norman's relationship is finally more deeply explored and the viewer sees how unstable the young man actually is. Still for me the whole Norman and Norma dynamic is the least interesting of the show. I am far more intrigued with Dillon's estranged relationship with his mother Norma and brother Norman and his father-uncle and his trying to be a legit marijuana grower. This season was a make or break season for me and it did just enough to keep me on board for season four.
Rating: In the middle
Watched: Hulu / A&E
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