After three years of starring in K.C. Undercover, Zendaya said goodbye to the Disney Channel and the show tonight. This was the final episode of K.C. Undercover, which meant the end of Zendaya's time with the network.
Zendaya mention the news on Twitter, as she wrote, “Tonight is the last episode of KC, and therefore my last episode on Disney channel….”
The show followed an outspoken and confident technology genuis, who just happened to be a skilled black belt. During the show, she discovers that her parents just happen to be spies and they expect her to follow in their footsteps.
While K.C. Undercover is coming to an end, that does not mean Zendaya's career is going to be slowing down. While working on the show, she also happened to star in two huge movies: Spider-man: Homecoming and The Greatest Showman alongside Hugh Jackman and Zac Efron.
Tonight is the last episode of KC, and therefore my last episode on Disney channel....— Zendaya (@Zendaya) February 2, 2018
It looks like Zendaya is going to be busy behind the camera also, as she is trying her hand at producing. She will be starring in the historical thriller A White Lie, which she happens to be co-producing with Reese Witherspoon and Lauren Neustadter.
A White Lie will not be released until 2019, but that does not mean 2018 will be a time for Zendaya to take some time off. She will be the voice of the adorable duckling Chi in the animated film Duck Duck Goose, which is due out this spring. She will also be lending her voice for the animated comedy Smallfoot, which also stars Channing Tatum, Gina Rodriguez and LeBron James. Smallfoot is set for release next fall. Of course, she will also be working on the next Spider-Man movie with Tom Holland.