'Bates Motel' Psycho Season 2 Premiere Date And Spoilers , Catch Up On Netflix

By James Knight on Feb 14, 2014 01:00 PM EST

The highly anticipated Season 2 premiere date for the hit Psycho prequel, Bates Motel, is almost here. A supposed synopsis for the first few episodes of the season has leaked online. Warning, spoilers for the show follow. If you have not seen the first season, then you can catch up with all the episodes on Netflix.

Last year viewers learned that A&E was crazy serious about getting into the cable drama game, when the reimagined Psycho prequel, Bates Motel, aired. The network known for reality series like Duck Dynasty and Mark Wahlberg's The Wahlburgers proved they were able to deliver the thrills with the horror/ mystery series.

Now the second season of the new series is about to begin. The premiere date is scheduled for March 3, at 9 p.m. eastern standard time.

A synopsis for the first episode, titled “Gone but Not Forgotten,” has leaked online. The reported preview reads:

“Norman fixates on Miss Watson’s death; Norma worries about the future of the motel when plans for the bypass move ahead of schedule; Bradley is driven to extremes as she searches for her father’s killer.”

The International Business Times is also offering up reviews for the first five episodes, including the second episode titled, “Shadow of Doubt:”

“Norman’s still focused on Miss Watson’s death, and Norma tries to distract him by making him join a play. But that won’t keep Norman out of trouble. Bradley will be turning to her ex-hookup for help to “escape a dire situation...Meanwhile, Sheriff Romero is ‘pressured to make an arrest for the murder,’ and Dylan and Remo are on edge when a new player comes to town.”

What do you think of how the show seems to be shaping up? Are you excited for the series return? Let us know in the comments section below.

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