EXCLUSIVE: Zendaya Says 'KC Undercover' Is Probably Ending: 'There's a Lot of Other Things I Want to Do'

The 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' star is ready to leave the 'KC Undercover' part of her career behind.

Zendaya thinks it's time to move on.

The Spider-Man: Homecoming star talked to ET's Denny Directo at Variety's Power of Young Hollywood event, sponsored by H&M, on Tuesday night, where she revealed that at the conclusion of its third season, she's pretty sure her Emmy-nominated Disney Channel original series, K.C. Undercover, will come to an end.

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"I’m assuming so," the 20-year-old actress said, when asked if the show is ending. "I’m growing up, and there’s a lot of other things I want to do in my career."

"K.C.'s, you know, she’s growing up, she’s becoming a young woman, and there’s been a lot of talk this season about her going to college," Zendaya added. "So, I think so."

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ET also chatted with Zendaya's co-star, Veronica Dunne, who agreed that the show has run its course.

"We had such a great run and everyone’s growing up," Zendaya's co-star, Veronica Dunne, shared. "I can’t answer that for sure, but if it was [ending], I think it’d just be a great way to end this season, and end this show, because it’s come to a great end and a beautiful family has grown up. So, I’m happy about it either way."

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Meanwhile, Zendaya also took some time during our discussion to dish on her 21st birthday plans, and to shut down those peskily persistent dating rumors about herself and Spider-Man co-star Tom Holland!

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