Is Glenn (Steven Yeun) dead or alive?! Fans of "The Walking Dead" have been asking that question for a few weeks now, ever since the fan-favorite character was seen trapped under a pile of walkers in Season 6, episode 3. Ahead of Sunday's episode 7, TMZ caught up with Norman Reedus, who plays Daryl on the AMC show, and asked him about Glenn's fate. The photographer started off by asking if Glenn's storyline was similar to Jon Snow, who may be alive on HBO's "Game of Thrones."

"Glenn is Glenn, Jon Snow is Jon Snow," Reedus replied, before refusing to answer any more questions about his co-star's character.

Last week, the 46-year-old told Yahoo TV that the person who said "help" over the walkie-talkie at the end of episode 3 was not Glenn. He further elaborated in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, saying that the person is in Alexandria.

As for theories that Glenn will escape the zombie horde and cheat death by climbing under the dumpster, Reedus said: "You can make theories this way or that way, but whatever you see is right."

He continued, "I had the same feeling that everyone else had when they saw it, and I was in the episode — I was pissed! I was mad at AMC and mad at everybody — but that's the point. He's such a beloved character, and I'm rooting for him, too. But I saw what I saw."

As previously reported, Ross Marquand, who plays Aaron, recently said Glenn's fate would be revealed soon.

“The showrunner and the writers are not planning on keeping the audience in suspense the entire season,” he teased. 

"The Walking Dead" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. EST on AMC.