Vera Farmiga

Vera Farmiga and Emilia Clarke returned to the spotlight after two game-changing hours of TV. Will Emmy respond to these buzzy performances?

Vera Farmiga turns in series-best (and perhaps career-best) work in Season Three of 'Bates Motel.' She now and forever demands Emmy consideration for this role.

Bates Motel caps off a very successful third season with an episode that dives head first in the Psycho mythology and features brilliant work by leads Vera Farmiga and Freddie Highmore.

When you see an episode of Bates Motel titled “Crazy,” you have to wonder just what aspect of the show warrants the title. It’s not that it’s not appropriate for the show. It’s that you don’t know how to whittle down ...

Bates Motel‘s latest episode, “The Pit,” begins with Norma Bates (Vera Farmiga) leisurely relaxing in bed with the afterglow of last week’s impossibly optimistic dinner. The space next to her is empty, yet it vaguely looks as if someone may ...

Bates Motel recoups from last week's psychological powerhouse by amping up the subtle creepiness at which it excels. The lines are now clearly drawn as Norman's love/hate relationship with Norma begins to burn.

Bates Motel checks in with another strong episode as Vera Farmiga takes Norma Bates to the brink and back again.

“And we all whitewash our parents’ sins because… on some level… we need to.” – Emma (Olivia Cooke) Norma Bates’s (Vera Farmiga) exterior facade has never looked more fragile that it has this week. Norma’s greatest attribute is, at its basic ...

Picking up where we left off last week with Norma (Vera Farmiga) recouping from witnessing the death of missing woman Annika Johnson. When Norman (Freddie Highmore) comes outside unexpectedly, he looms over Annika’s body in a near catatonic state, repeatedly ...

The continued mystery behind the disappearance of Annika Johnson continues to wear at Norman, and he starts to come apart at the seems.

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