"Bates Motel," serves as a contemporary prequel to the genre-defining film, "Psycho," and promises to give viewers an intimate portrayal of how Norman Bates’ psyche unravels through his teenage years.
Fans will have access to the dark, twisted backstory and learn first hand just how deeply intricate his relationship with his mother, Norma, truly is and how she helped forge the most famous serial killer of them all. “Bates Motel” is produced by Universal Television for A&E Network.
Carlton Cuse ("Lost") and Kerry Ehrin ("Friday Night Lights") serve as executive producers for Carlton Cuse Productions.
Dylan returns home and recognizes the Cadillac in the parking lot. He tells Norma that he saw Abernathy earlier and thought he seemed weird, then heads to room 9 to get his info. He grills the man, but only learns that he's in "sales" before the man pays him in cash and shuts the door.