EXCLUSIVE: Julia Louis-Dreyfus on 'Veep' Coming to an End: 'It Felt Like the Right Decision'

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Actor Julia Louis-Dreyfus attends the 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater on September 17, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.
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Looks like her term is finally ending.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus talked with ET's Kevin Frazier on the Emmys red carpet on Sunday about the upcoming seventh and final season of her HBO comedy, Veep.

"I'm as prepared as I can be. It felt like the right decision to make," she said, before admitting to some initial apprehension.

"I wrung my hands about it," the 56-year-old actress shared.

"We have a whole other season to shoot, and I think that it feels right, story-wise," she added. "It gives it a finality that feels really strong as we broke story this year."

But she isn't ready to say goodbye to her castmates yet.

"It's my dear group of Veep friends. I adore them, but it's a year away, so I'm not thinking about it," Louis-Dreyfus said.

As for her Emmy nomination this year, her sixth in a row for Veep, she joked, "I know people are sick of me. Let's face it, I can tell you're already disappointed!"

For more on this year's winners and nominees, check out the video below!