Emilia Clarke is no longer interested in doing more "Game of Thrones" after the show bows out of television in season 8. The actress, who plays Daenerys Targaryen in the epic series, expressed that she has no intention of being in the spinoffs.

Emilia Clarke told Rolling Stones that as much as "Game of Thrones" made her a huge star, she's all set to move on and never look back when the series is done. The actress credits the HBO drama as "the single thing that has changed me most as an adult" but Emilia Clarke said she's only going to finish filming season 8 and then it will be over for her, Daenerys, her dragon children and the seven kingdoms.

'Game of Thrones' spinoff

The actress is sure a spinoff to "Game of Thrones" will find its way on HBO. Whatever it will be, however, it will unlikely be a story about the Mother of Dragons, which fans of the show have long been hoping to see in development.

Back in the spring, HBO has actually asked series creator and book author George R.R. Martin to present the executives with five ideas for the spinoff. Martin declined to detail what these are but he updated his fans on his Live Journal site at the end of June to say that all five pitches are moving forward in the development at a faster pace.

The upcoming ‘Game of Thrones’ season 7

Fans of Emilia Clarke, however, will have "Game of Thrones" season 7 to look forward to.

The show returns on Sunday, July 16, and the first episode back is said to be the longest season premiere of the series.

Teasers reveal Daenerys and her dragons heading towards King's Landing where she's supposed to claim her throne from Cersei (Lena Headey) as the rightful heir to the seven kingdoms.

"Game of Thrones" season 7 will also see the rise of a new villain, Euron Greyjoy (Pilou Asbæk) who is rumored to align with Cersei.

Daenerys, on the other hand, will supposedly align with Jon Snow (Kit Harington).

Clarke’s other projects

The actress has dabbled in movies in between seasons of “Game of Thrones.” She starred in the romantic movie “Me Before You” in 2016 and “Termination: Genisys” in 2015. Her next big project is the “Han Solo” movie, which is part of the “Star Wars Anthology” and the film is expected to be in theaters in 2018.

Before "Game of Thrones," Emilia Clarke worked in a theater in London and did a British soap opera "Doctors." In 2010, she got her biggest break when HBO cast her as Daenerys after HBO replaced the original actress, Tamzin Merchant.