CNN to Air New Episodes of Anthony Bourdain Show 'Parts Unknown'

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The CNN travel docuseries was hosted by the late celebrity chef who died Friday at age 61.

Fans mourning the loss of chef Anthony Bourdain have succeeded in convincing Netflix to continue streaming his show.

After the tragic death of TV star Anthony Bourdain, fans have been doing their best to pay tribute to him the best way that they know how - by watching his hit show.

Fans began lobbying Netflix online to continue streaming "Parts Unknown" beyond June 16, which had been the announced date of it ending.

Netflix says that the travel and food show, which sees the late chef traveling the world to discover culinary dishes from different cultures and cuisines, will remain available to viewers for "months to come".

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"Parts Unknown", which airs on CNN, is now in its 11th season.

Tanner Palin started a petition to keep the show, and it attracted more than 6,000 signatures.

I mostly remember the lines outside of That's It Market after Bourdain's visit.

After Bourdain's death, the network had aired its next scheduled episode, featuring Berlin, on Sunday, June 10. It is heartwarming, it is honest and it benefits humankind. It has won five Primetime Emmy Awards, including four for Outstanding Informational Series or Special. In his final season, Anthony Bourdain traversed West Virginia, Uruguay, Newfoundland, Armenia, and Hong Kong, among other locations.

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