The Walking Dead: Steven Yeun On Saying Goobye To Cast Members

It's no secret that The Walking Dead with at least one death in the family and the rest of the season promising to keep the pace.

The Walking Dead's sixth season left off with a cliff hanger comparable to "What's in the hatch?" on LOST and "Is Jon Snow dead?" on Game of Thrones. As Jeffrey Dean Morgan's Negan stepped into the frame for the first time, the villain decided it was time to bring down bat upon one member of Rick's group as punishment for the overconfident actions all season long.

Of course, for the past 6 months, we've all been wondering, "Who did Negan kill?" because of the presentation of the scene. We saw the death from the victim's eyes and all summer long fans have specuated over who the victim is.

The most popular theory is Glenn being the unlucky winner of Negan's eenie-meenie-minie-moe game as most viewers have knowledge of the infamous issue #100 of the comic books.

Negan Glenn

Reluctant to give away any spoilers, Glenn actor Steven Yeun was willing to discuss the subject of saying goodbye to cast members, whether it was his character who died or any other who had to leave the show.

"It's always a bummer," Yeun says of saying farewell. "It's always a bummer. I'll leave it at that."

Yeun's co-star in the upcoming animated series Trollhunters, Charlie Saxton, chimed in on the subject. "Steven tells me everything," he says. "I've known everything that happens for the past 7 years and I'm not telling you nothin'!"


Trollhunters will begin airing later in 2016 and The Walking Dead will return on Octover 23 at 9 p.m. ET on AMC. For complete coverage and insider info, follow @BrandonDavisBD on Twitter.