WARNING: Spoilers follow for those who haven’t watched Sunday’s Season Seven premiere of “The Walking Dead.”
Following Sunday's season premiere of "The Walking Dead," fans aren't only concerned about the well-being of Rick and the other survivors but also the recently dearly departed favorites Glenn and Abraham. Say what you will about the events of the episode, at least the remaining actors still have job.
We can all breathe easy, however, because Steven Yeun, who played Glenn seven years, appeared on "Conan" to assure us that he and former co-star Michael Cudlitz are still gainfully employed.
Yeun revealed last night to Conan O'Brien he now has the cushy job of standing in for the ginger-haired host during rehearsals -- and what's more, Cudlitz also hangs around as a surrogate Andy Richter.
In reality, both actors are still quite gainfully employed, even after their characters met an untimely end at the hands of Negan. Yeun is voicing Tony Chu for the upcoming adaptation of Rob Guillory's and John Layman's comic "Chew," while Cudlitz recently showed up on HBO's "Ballers" and Showtime's "House of Lies."
Audiences can check out who else may need to polish their resumes as Season Seven of "The Walking Dead" continues Sundays at 9 EST/PST on AMC.