The star of The Good Wife opened up on what it was like filming the final scene for the last episode.

On Friday, Variety posted some quotes from Julianna Margulies, known for playing Alicia on the tense drama, talking abou the series ending. As upsetting as it is to let the show run its course, it appears that fans will have different reactions to what happens next.

"I said to Christine [Baranski who plays Beverly on the show] when we shot the last scene, 'Wow. The fans are either gonna love this or hate this, but there's not going to be a 'meh,'" Margulies said. "There's no tied up bows. And I hope that the fans can understand the trajectory it puts Alicia on."

Series creator Robert King also gave some insight on what can be expected in the last episode. It seems like there might be a sense of closure in there, but only time will tell.

"I think [fans can expect] some surprises," King said. "We didn't want to be that show that kind of took a breath and kind of sat back like, 'Okay, let's all say goodbye.' We wanted it to feel like a continuation of the story."

The creator is also working on a new political project called BrainDead, expected to premiere this June on CBS.

"It's a very weird world to be writing in because the world is getting weirder--the political world is kind of outpacing us," King explained. "So you kind of have to try to keep up because it wants to be current."

Margulies also revealed her plans for Mother's Day, which happens to be the same day as the final episode of the series she's been on for seven seasons.

"A card would be nice. Maybe breakfast in bed," the actress said. "I've been teaching my child how to make coffee since he was three-years-old. I'd sit him on the counter and show him how to grind the beans because one day I want him to bring me coffee in bed."

The final episode of The Good Wife airs on Sunday, May 8 at 9 p.m. ET on CBS.