J.J. Abrams talks 'Fringe' series finale

Fans of the Fox series Fringe are bracing themselves for not only the end of its 5th season, but then end of the series. And GiveMeMyRemote.com got a nice little tidbit from series co-creator himself, J.J. Abrams (Lost, Star Trek Into Darkness).

Fans can breathe a sigh of relief that Abrams feels "satisfied" with the ending, and called the ending "inevitable" and "emotional."

Abrams states, "I've been involved in shows that have had resolutions that have been in some cases adored; in other cases, [they ended up] enraging fans and in some cases, [it's been] a split. There is no one way to end a story - you can't please everyone."

What will you miss most about the series? What do you hope the finale episodes accomplish? John Noble (Walter Bishop) is quoted as saying that it could be "one of the greatest finales of all time."

Let us know if you agree.

Meanwhile, check out the teaser for the finale here, as well as this very cool poster. And remember, the two-hour finale airs Friday at 8 p.m. ET, not at Fringe's regular airtime of 9 p.m.

-Larissa Mrykalo