'Desperate Housewives' Finale Won't Tie Up Every Loose End
"Desperate Housewives" series finale may leave fans with some unanswered questions. At Television Critics Association winter press tour on Tuesday, January 10, executive producer Bob Daily said, "We don't necessarily want to tie up every loose end in the finale," reasoning, "Life goes on on Wisteria Lane."
Creator Marc Cherry wouldn't say which loose ends would be wrapped up, but did assure that the audience is "never going to find out which state Fairview is in." He additionally stated the last act which will be featured in the final episode is something which he has planned for seven and a half years.
To make the episode special, Cherry revealed that he will make a cameo. "I'm gonna do a Hitchcock, and the hair and makeup people will go through more hell that day than ever," he gushed, adding that some old familiar faces will return in the last episode.
Describing the ending as "sweet", not "bittersweet", Cherry stated he won't make a TV reunion or movie based on "Housewives". "After eight years, boy, I think we're done. And I'm happy about it. It's not a bad thing. I feel very satisfied with where we are. I'm just never sending these gals to Dubai, that's all I'm saying," he said, referring to "Sex and the City 2".
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