Netflix has extended its deal for Anthony Bourdain's show 'Parts Unknown' after fans petitioned to keep it on the service

Business Insider | 6/12/2018 | John Lynch
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Netflix announced Tuesday that it extended a deal to keep Anthony Bourdain's CNN series "Parts Unknown" on its service for "months to come."

Anthony Bourdain died last Friday in an apparent suicide at the age of 61, during the filming of the show's 11th season.

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Fans petitioned Netflix this week, following Bourdain's death, asking the service to renew its licensing agreement for the series past June 16, when the show was expected to leave the service under Netflix's agreement.

The first eight seasons of "Parts Unknown" are currently streaming on Netflix for the forseeable future.

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Netflix announced on Tuesday that it had extended an agreement to keep the late Anthony Bourdain's CNN travel docuseries, "Parts Unknown," on its service past June 16, when it was expected to leave the service under Netflix's licensing agreement.

Anthony Bourdain died last Friday in an apparent suicide at the age of 61. He died in France...
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