Anna Gunn has New Mexico on her mind.
The actress filmed five seasons of "Breaking Bad" in Albuquerque. She told reporters after her Emmy win for outstanding supporting actress in a drama series that she's from Santa Fe and her parents still live there.
Now that "Breaking Bad" has finished filming and its final episode is set to air next week, Gunn says there are things about working in New Mexico that she'll miss.
"I'm going to miss the sky, the colors, the mountains, the people," she said, holding her award. "That's part of the heartbreak of the show being over."
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