When asked if he thought Freddie grew up to pursue a career in filmmaking, Kress mused that his character would've focused on a career in the technical field, not so much in production, citing that all the facets of production were more of a pastime for him.
Since both of his web series stars moved away, there was no one to film anymore -- so it would be time to move on.
So let's just get the most important question out of the way right here and now: Who does Nathan think Freddie really loved?
"Honestly, the only things that kind of bother me are more the people who will go on London’s stuff and say, 'I hate you, you’re horrible because Freddie's supposed to be with Sam,'" Kress added.
And there is a fine line between being jokingly upset about TV show characters' relationships, and actually projecting anger onto someone deemed "responsible." On the show, Freddie pined after Carly since the pilot, and their entire "more than BFFs" relationship culminated with Carly spontaneously kissing Freddie during one of the last scenes of the finale.
We jokingly told Kress his wife was a keeper for willingly ditching her honeymoon, and he completely agreed.
In fact, the way he gushed about London was so heartwarming and genuine, it made us want everyone demanding for "Creddie" or "Seddie" to happen IRL to take a step back and look at the bigger picture: Kress is happy, and Freddie Benson is not a real person.