Netflix has extended the run of Anthony Bourdain’s CNN travel and food documentary series after fans requested the streaming giant to keep the show on the platform following the celebrity chef’s death on June 8.
Netflix announced on Tuesday that Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown was scheduled to go off the platform on June 16, but will be available “for months to come” as it has extended the agreement giving it the rights to stream the show.
Bourdain, a chef, author and television personality, was found dead in a France hotel in an apparent suicide. He was 61.
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, which was premiered on CNN in 2013, has won five Emmy awards as well as a Peabody Award. Bourdain was in France to film an episode of the 11th season of the show when he died.
Bourdain’s television career began with the food-and-travel series A Cook’s Tour in 2002. His popular shows include Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations and The Layover. He had also authored the bestselling food books Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly (2000), A Cook’s Tour (2001) and The Nasty Bits (2006).
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