Join Patrick Phillips this week as he chats with ‘Bates Motel’ star Freddie Highmore about portraying Norman Bates on the A&E Network hit series and his recent time spent in the writer’s room! Amazon’s original series ‘Thunderbirds Are Go’ head writer Rob Hoegee stops by to discuss reinventing the 50-year-old classic for a whole new generation, and Astronomer David Kipping reveals a way we can cloak the Earth from unearthly beings using lasers!
“Bates Motel,” is a contemporary prequel to the genre-defining film Psycho. Season four continues to reveal Norman’s continued downward spiral and the effect it has on the family. This season Norma becomes increasingly fearful and desperate, going to great lengths to find Norman the professional help he needs. This further complicates their once unbreakable trust while Norman struggles to maintain his grip on reality. The season finale of ‘Bates Motel’ airs Monday at 9/8c on A&E.
Thunderbirds Are Go catapults the five brave Tracy brothers back onto television screens, where they’ll pilot their vehicles from the depths of the oceans to the highest reaches of space, performing impossible rescues across the globe. Produced by ITV Studios and Pukeko Pictures in collaboration with world-famous Weta Workshop, the series is made using a unique mixture of CGI animation and live-action model sets. Thunderbirds Are Go will deliver a new level of action-adventure animation for today’s audience while paying tribute to the legacy of model locations from the original series.
Thunderbirds Are Go will be available for Prime members to stream and enjoy using the Amazon Video app for TVs, connected devices including Amazon Fire TV, and mobile devices, or online at Amazon.com/originals, at no additional cost to their membership. Customers who are not already a Prime member can sign up for a free trial at www.amazon.com/prime.