Set photos from Breaking Bad’s final season in Albuquerque, NM

Sadly, Breaking Bad finished filming their final episodes, which will air this summer on AMC, earlier this month.

So, in honor of the show coming to an end we have a few more set photos a reader sent to us from one of the final shoots at the White House in Albuquerque. Fans will recognize the house right away as Walt and Skylar’s (you can even see Anna Gunn in some of the pics!)

The scene they are shooting in these photos will be part of the second half of the final season, and we can’t wait for!

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