Breaking Bad is ending this weekend — tomorrow, in fact, Sunday, September 29 — and the pressure is on for the Emmy winner to stick the landing.
A lot of fans were disappointed with last week's Dexter finale ("Heeee's a lumberjack and he's OK...") and Vince Gilligan warned The Huffington Post B.C. that his own show's ending is unlikely to be a universal hit.
"I suspect there will be people who wanted a different ending, because it’s really impossible to please everybody as we know, but I feel good about it."
Vince added, "I’m typically someone who gets stressed out and neurotic pretty easily, and I feel pretty good about this last episode. I hope I’m not sorely mistaken in my estimation of how it will be received. We finished the episode six months ago, and I feel like we delivered the ending that the show needed. I think we did right by the series."
As long as he's confident about it, it will probably please a good portion of fans. He's steered the ship well. If people do complain — because the finale doesn't match the episode in their minds or what they personally would've done — they can always turn to fan fiction to write their own endings.
Source: The Huffington Post B.C