Anthony Bourdain’s ‘Parts Unknown’ Receives Emmy Nominations After Host’s Death

Variety | 7/12/2018 | Christi Carras
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“Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown” has received six 2018 Emmy nominations, the Television Academy announced Thursday morning. The nomination comes soon after Bourdain died on June 8.

Bourdain hosted and executive produced the show, which scored a nomination for information series or special. The Television Academy announced the show has also been nominated in five additional categories, including cinematography for a nonfiction program, picture editing for a nonfiction program, sound editing for a nonfiction program, sound mixing for a nonfiction program, and writing for a nonfiction program.

Season - Time - Death - Noms - Year

Season 11, which was running at the time of his death, could still pick up noms at next year’s Emmys. Although CNN has not made an official announcement, it is unlikely “Parts Unknown” would continue in its current form without Bourdain.

Many mourned Bourdain when CNN confirmed that he died by suicide at age 61. His death came...
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