The long-running ABC drama will bow out in May, with filming on the programme officially completed last week.
Hatcher told People: "I feel like [the series finale] does a pretty good job at honouring all the different characters and their sort of unique wheelhouses that they brought... to Desperate Housewives.
"Whether it be comedy or drama or physical comedy, I feel like the stories make sense. I think it will be better than some other big finales."
Hatcher added that she no longer feels a sense of shock at the imminent end of Desperate Housewives, saying: "Every day it gets to be a little more real. We've had a lot of time to process it, so it's not a shock.
"But I think you just can't really know what it's going to feel like until it's over."
The Desperate Housewives series finale 'Finishing The Hat' will air on Sunday, May 13 on ABC.
Stars including James Denton, Dana Delany and Christine Estabrook are tipped to appear in the last episode.