And in fact, after Kress and Moore announced their wedding, both of their instagrams were flooded with comments more about Kress' fictional relationships, than his real one.
Sam and Freddie, however, was something else entirely -- and something that Kress noted might make fans rethink shipping him and his co-star IRL. The couple have mutual respect for one another and support each other's endeavors. For example, their honeymoon was cancelled at the last minute so Kress could fly out to New York and film the movie " Breaking Brooklyn. 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.
Seddie fan wars have] still continued, which is crazy — and I love that," Kress noted. During the episode, it's suggested that Freddie and Sam still have feelings for each other and would pick up where they left off after "iCarly" ended, but Kress deems this unlikely. Besides their toxic relationship, the long-term deal probably wouldn't work for them. In fact, Kress doesn't believe Freddie and Carly ended up together either, thanks to the whole Italy thing Carly moved there in the last episode.
He thinks Freddie got together with one of his one-off girlfriends we'd occasionally see on the show — not necessarily for love, but because they were simply there in Seattle with him.
Kress also shared a semi-troubling thought that there's a good chance Freddie ended up living with his mother Mary Scheer for all of eternity, which sounds much more likely.
Benson was the poster child for "smothers" everywhere, and she became agitated whenever Freddie was away from her. Remember how she reacted when she caught Freddie and Carly kissing? She screamed bloody murder until Carly ran out of the room. Good luck trying to bring home a potential wife to her, Freddie. Carly would have realized what a fantastic guy [Freddie] was and how he was the one all along, even though he was right there, and it would have been that kind of textbook sitcom-y situation.
So ultimately, that probably would have been it. 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.
Kress also added that he wasn't sure if Freddie became a software developer or a start-up owner, but he thinks the tech direction was his ultimate career choice. So, unless we have a type of 10 year reunion like we saw earlier this year with " Zoey ," we'll never truly know who Freddie ended up with in life. But one thing is for certain: Kress ended up with London Elise Moore, and he couldn't be happier.