Back in 2008, when everyone watched what was being shown on television at the same time and the next day was always a topic of conversation, Telecinco made history with Los Serrano, not only because it was one of the most watched comedies (accumulating a total of 147 chapters) but by that controversial ending that we still remember today.
Everything has been a dream
The series had already been in the doldrums for some time, especially after the death of Lucía (Belén Rueda’s character). The final episode was hilarious: Teté and Guille wrapped up, Currito in the reform school for being run over and Diego (Resines), unable to move on, goes and jumps off a bridge.
And suddenly, oh, surprise! Diego woke up at what seemed like the beginning of the first chapter, to discover that everything that happened had been a dream and in reality she lived happily with Lucía and her children
“It seemed to us all a dementia but above all it was a pain in the ass because the boys had grown up, so the girls had gotten, well, what girls have and all that, so they had to raise the table to cover them up. Víctor (Guille) had a thick beard that you can’t even imagine, so, everything was as absurd as it would have been the day beforeResines confesses to Uppers.
“It was very complicated. She was already going crazy all over, I was trying to commit suicide… hardly anyone knows how to end a series of that success” he adds in line with the opinion of the viewers about the controversial ending.
Controversies aside, we will always have the question: if everything was a dream of Resines, why was the narrator of the series Currito?