"#bates motel" #Series Finale will air tomorrow night and based on the promo; it will be action-packed. The A&E video showed #Norman Bates (Freddie Highmore) captured by Sheriff Romero (Nester Carbonell), Dylan (Max Theiriot), and Emma (Olivia Cooke). At this point, it is hard to guess how the critically acclaimed series will end.

Romero kidnapped Norman

At the end of episode 9, Romero captured Norman from jail with the idea that he would kill him. At this point, Alex knows that if he stands trial for his crimes, he could be sent to an institution because he's insane. Romero cannot let that happen --so he takes it upon himself to break him out of jail and take him out somewhere to kill him.

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However, we can assume that it won't be as easy as he initially thought.

Emma grieves not only for her mother but her friend Norman

Last week, Emma went to see Norman at the county jail. She expected him to be able to explain why her mother had to die and to apologize for his actions. When Emma arrived at the jail cell, she was shocked to see that Norman wasn't himself at all. In fact, he was cold and calculating, two characteristics that she had never seen him display before. She tells Mother that she misses Norman and hopes he can "come out" soon. This is when she hatches a plan ---she has to kill him because after all, Norman is no longer in his body anymore.

Dylan feels responsible for Norman

For many "Bates Motel" fans, they feel the most pity for Dylan. He knew that his brother was mentally ill, but had no idea what he was capable of until recently.

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He suspected he had killed before but had no idea how high the body count piled up. As he accepted that Norman is sick and likely will never live outside a prison or mental hospital, he decides that the most humane thing to do would be to kill him. He rationalizes that this would be the best way so Norman can have peace, as well as his many victims' loved ones. Does Dylan have what it takes to kill his brother?

Norman's fate is not looking good

With three people gunning for Norman, his fate is not looking good. Anyway, you look at it; Norman could die during the final episode. In some of the scenes shown in the promo, he is in a death match with Romero. Then, there a flash in the promo to Dylan pulling a gun on Norman, demanding he pays for what he did.

"Bates Motel" series finale will be intense and should give the fans an incredible ending to this amazing show.

Are you ready for "Bates Motel's" finale? Will Norman die?

"Bates Motel" airs on A&E Monday night at 9 p.m.