Fans of “The Walking Dead” are still in denial or unsure whether Glenn, a major character in the series, really met his demise at the hands of zombies in episode 3 of the AMC series. However, the latest episode of the zombie apocalypse series showed that Steven Yeun, the actor who played Glenn, was already removed from the opening credits.

Yeun was not included in the list of cast members in the opening credits for fourth episode of “The Walking Dead” season 6, TVLine reported. Fans were left wondering whether his character really died in episode 3 or if the actor’s removal from the credits is part of a move from AMC to prolong the suspense surrounding Glenn’s “death.”

Episode 3 saw Glenn falling into a horde of zombies after Nicholas shot himself. However, it was still unclear whether the character was attacked by walkers, given the way that Nicholas’ body landed on top of Glenn.

According to Vulture, this was the first time that Yeun’s name did not appear on “The Walking Dead” credits. The actor has been part of the AMC series since the very first season. Yeun’s character is also one of the major players in “The Walking Dead.” However, Vulture also pointed out that it may spell bad news for Glenn fans, given that characters who were killed off in “The Walking Dead” were typically removed from the credits.

Meanwhile, actress Lauren Cohan, who plays Glenn’s wife Maggie Greene, may have hinted about Glenn’s death in season 6 of “The Walking Dead.” In a previous interview, Cohan mentioned that this season will introduce a lot of changes for her and Yeun’s characters. She even teased that if her character were to lose Glenn, Maggie won’t be able to survive his death.

In other news, AMC has recently confirmed that “The Walking Dead” will return for season 7. The network has decided to renew the hit series for another run next year. AMC president Charlie Collier said in a statement that they are “proud” to share the “unique shows” “The Walking Dead” and “Talking Dead” to the fans.

“The Walking Dead” season 6 airs every Sunday in the US on AMC and Mondays in Australia at Foxtel’s FX.

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