The 47-year-old actress starred as Dr. Cristina Yang in the U.S. medical drama for 10 seasons before she left in 2014. Sandra has since taken on a critically-acclaimed gig playing Eve Polastri in "Killing Eve", and at the premiere for the upcoming second season of the programme, she admitted her Grey's days are well and truly behind her.
Asked if she'd ever think about reprising her role as Cristina, Sandra told Extra, "I just got to tell you, creatively you have moved on and while I know, and I deeply appreciate it, because I can feel it from the fans how much they love Cristina and that the show also still keeps Cristina alive, for me, 'Killing Eve' is my home now. This is where I am."
Sandra also hinted that the second season of "Killing Eve" won't be the last, as she smiled, "I am Eve and that's where I plan to stay as long as the show will have me. And that's really where I want to be."
Grey's isn't the only part of Sandra's life she's not interested in repeating. She hosted the Golden Globe Awards alongside Andy Samberg back in January, and while she enjoyed the experience, she won't be doing it again.
"It was the time of my life, it really was, and I feel like I can say that now in retrospect, but that's not what I do," she mused. "The opportunity came along, and to work with (Andy) Samberg, that guy is top-notch, but I feel like again, it's that creative thing - it's done, it's done, I don't need to do that again".
"Killing Eve" returns to screens on 7 April on AMC and BBC America.