"Bates Motel" is the latest in a very long line of shows to get an after-show. What Chris Hardwick did with "The Talking Dead," seemingly everyone wants to try with their own hour-long cable dramas.
"Bates Motel: After Hours" is a one-time-only special for new, to break down the Season 2 premiere, but is it something you'd be interesting in seeing on a more full-time basis? The episode was hosted by Carrie Keagan and included the cast of the show, along with executive producers Carlton Cuse and Kerry Ehrin.
The main problem with it though, was the fact that it didn't follow "Bates Motel," "Those Who Kill" did. Though "Bates Motel" was done at 10 p.m. ET, "After Hours" didn't go live until 11 p.m. That sort of diminishes the excitement.
If A&E were to extend "After Hours" to a weekly program, following "Bates Motel," would you tune in? Vote in the poll below.
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