Anthony Bourdain wins posthumous Emmy for travel series Parts Unknown more than a year after death

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It's been more than a year since culinary expert and TV host Anthony Bourdain died.

But his legacy lives on with his CNN series Parts Unknown honored with an Emmy Award for Outstanding Informational Series and Outstanding Writing For a Nonfiction Program.

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The famous chef and world traveler committed suicide while filming in Paris in June 2018.

It's not the first posthumous award to be given to Bourdain; he picked up posthumous Emmy's in the same two categories in September 2018.

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Bourdain was also nominated for four Emmy Awards this year, including Outstanding Cinematography for a Nonfiction Program (for the 'Bhutan' episode).

He was also posthumously nominated for Outstanding Picture Editing for a Nonfiction Program ('Lower East Side'), Outstanding Sound Editing for a Nonfiction Program ('Far West Texas'), and Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Nonfiction Program ('Kenya').

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Following Bourdain's death, the show's production company Zero Point Zero decided to air the 12th and final season of Parts Unknown, despite the fact that several episodes were unfinished.

The episode Kenya, which he...
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