‘Bates Motel’ Season 2 Episode 10 ‘The Immutable Truth’ Spoilers: What to Expect in Finale Reveals Freddie Highmore (Norman) and Show's EP

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By jaskiran kaur | May 2, 2014 4:56 PM EST

"Bates Motel" Season 2 is nearing. A&E's psycho-thriller is expected to resolve the series' biggest mystery and Miss Watson's murder case.  The show that is said to be the prequel of Alfred Hitchcock's hit flick "Psycho," depicts the life events of Norma and Norman Bates prior to the events shown in the movie. Freddie Highmore's Norman Bates is gradually succumbing to his monstrous side. Fans are anxious to know more about the future of Norman Bates now that his blackouts are becoming frequent, exhibiting his "psycho" self. Here are few spoilers from "Bates Motel" Season 2 Finale (Episode 10) titled "The Immutable Truth" as revealed by show's lead Freddie Highmore and the executive producer Carlton Cuse.

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Last week, viewers witnessed few shocking twists and big reveals. Dylan killed the drug lord Nick Ford and Norman realized that he slit his teacher Miss Watson's throat after having sex with her. Now that the truth has come out, what happens next for Norman Bates? Will Sheriff Romero be able to prove that Norman is the real culprit? Will Norma be able to protect her beloved son? These are all the questions fans want answers for.

In a conference call with reporters, Carlton Cuse dished out some information on what's next on the show. He revealed the finale "moves the overall narrative a big step forward" notes Cartermatt. "Bates Motel" EP also noted that fans will "find out more about Norman's real culpability in the Miss Watson case."

Meanwhile, Freddie Highmore revealed that fans can look forward to get "many more answers" regarding the murder mystery. He also told that with truth coming out, many characters will need to deal with the dilemma concerning their support to Norman for his actions.

Furthermore, Zap2it revealed that the murder mystery "will be wrapped up by the final episode." While speaking to the reporters, Carlton Cuse revealed that Norman Bates "self knowledge" will play a big role in "how he moves forward."

Cuse revealed that finale (The Immutable Truth) is his "favorite" episode. That is because of the great performances by the lead actors Freddie Highmore, Vera Farmiga and Max Thieriot.

The Web site also notes that by the end of "Bates Motel" Season 2 Finale (Episode 10) "The Immutable Truth," fans will be "questioning their support for Norman Bates." Also, Norman will end up making a "selfish decision." Speaking about mother-son relationship, he told it will "evolve" in the coming time.

As for Norma, there is a might be "bad ending" in store for Norma and George's relationship. By the end of it, fans will know where it takes Norma.

Meanwhile, fans know that "Bates Motel" Season 2 finale airs May 5 on A&E at 10 pm. According to the Spoiler TV synopsis, a "tragic event" from the past will leave Norman Bates tormented. On the other hand, the overprotective and overbearing mother Norma will try to keep Norman from making a "terrible mistake." Meanwhile, Romero and Dylan will work towards ending the drug war and Emma will make a decision about her life. For those who are eager, they can view the photos from the much anticipated finale by clicking HERE as compiled by Buddy.TV.

Fans can note that "Bates Motel" Season 2 Finale (Episode 10) titled "The Immutable Truth," will be followed by a talk show "Bates Motel: After Hours." It will air at 11 pm, reported The Hollywood Reporter. Show's EP Carlton Cuse, cast including Vera Farmiga, Freddie Highmore, Max Thieriot, Nestor Carbonell and Olivia Cooke will sit down for the special live segment.

For more spoilers on "Bates Motel" Season 2 Finale, read below:

'Bates Motel' Season 2 Finale 'The Immutable Truth' Spoilers: When is the Season Finale? Everything to Know About Episode 10 {VIDEO}

 

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