A day has already passed since [SPOILER]’s guts appeared to get eaten by a herd of walkers on the Oct. 25 episode of ‘The Walking Dead,’ but we’re still freaking out about it! Luckily, the AMC series’ EP just revealed when we’ll get a definitive answer on this person’s fate. Find out here!
Did [SPOILER] really die on the Oct. 25 episode of The Walking Dead? We’re still racking our brains about the possibility, so we were happy to discover that not only did executive producer Scott M. Gimple tackle the subject in a new interview, but he also revealed when we’ll know for certain if this person is truly dead.
When HollywoodLife.com‘s sister site TVLine asked Scott if Glenn’s (Steven Yeun) really dead, but he just said, “[Laughs] I’m not going to answer it.” However, when asked how long we’ll have to wait to find out if Glenn’s really dead, he said, “Not terribly long. It’ll be in the first half of the season. And there are only five episodes left.”
The anticipation is killing us, but at least we know we’ll be getting an answer before the first half of Season 6 comes to an end. As many of you already know, when Nichloas (Michael Traynor) and Glenn got trapped on a dumpster in the middle of a herd of walkers, Nicholas shot himself. But when he fell into the herd, he pulled Glenn down with him. And what we saw, seemed to be walkers ripping Glenn’s guts out. However, Steven was photographed filming new scenes for The Walking Dead, so it’s very possible he’s still alive and it was just Nichloas’ guts we saw. Either way, we’re excited to see what happens.
“I definitely want viewers to have an emotional experience either way. There are twists and turns, and bad things happen. Ultimately, it’s all part of a bigger story. I hope that the audience will just wait to see the greater story and see how it all plays out. They’re kind of stopping in the middle of the movie, which they have to because there’s a week between the reels. But we’re still in the middle of the movie,” Scott added.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Is Glenn alive or dead?
— Chris Rogers