A&E have released a trailer for Bates Motel which returns for its fourth season later this year. Fans of the Psycho prequel series will note the string of pearls around Norman’s (Freddie Highmore) neck and what that could mean for the series ahead.

The Twin Peaks revival continues to add names to its cast, with Naomi Watts (Mulholland Drive) and Tom Sizemore (Saving Private Ryan) signing on. It’s also rumoured that creator David Lynch will himself appear on screen once again, reprising his role from the original series as FBI Bureau Chief Gordon Cole.

Joel Kinnaman (The Killing), Neve Campbell (Scream) and Colm Feore (The Borgias) have been announced for the upcoming series of House Of Cards, which returns for its fourth season on 4th March. Character details are being kept firmly under wraps, but Netflix have released this first look image of Kinnaman in some kind of meeting with the President, Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey), himself.house-of-cards-joel-kinnamanIn other House Of Cards news, Netflix have confirmed that the show will be back for a fifth season but without showrunner and series creator Beau Willimon. No replacement showrunner has yet been announced for the fifth season, expected to air in 2017.

Louis C.K. may be taking some time off from his hit comedy series Louie, but that hasn’t stopped him from releasing a brand new webseries. C.K. announced the release of the new series, Horace and Pete, which also stars Steve Buscemi (Fargo), through an email to his fans and is available to watch for $5 via his website.

Archie Panjabi (The Good Wife) has been cast in a new legal drama for ABC titled The Jury. Pitched as 12 Angry Men meets Serial, each series will follow a single trial as seen through the eyes of the twelve jurors.

Mr Robot season two is gearing up with the announcement that Grace Gummer (Extant) has joined the cast as a new regular character. Gummer will star as Dominique ‘Dom’ DiPierro, an FBI agent assigned to investigate the Evil Corp hack.