On October 1 Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown Leaves Netflix

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When Anthony Bourdain tragically passed away, there was lots of people wondering what would happen to footage shot for another season. It turns out that CNN will air the final season of Parts Unknown, although the format will be slightly different.

Tributes for the TV host, author, chef and traveler came in the form of a tour to Vietnam being named after him as well as a food trail in New Jersey.

Netflix had planned to remove the Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown show from its library on June 16 but then stalled on removing the episodes after Bourdain’s death on June 8, 2018.

Now, it looks like the end of the road for those of us who wanted to watch (or rewatch) Seasons 1-8 which are currently available on Netflix. Eater reports that the show “will leave the streaming platform on October 1.”

Besides the upcoming final season, fans will also be able to look forward to an Anthony Bourdain documentary from CNN in 2019.

Are you a fan of Parts Unknown? If so, have you been watching old episodes of the show on Netflix?

FYI- Find out about an Anthony Bourdain recommended doughnut hot dog we tried in Kiev, Ukraine over the summer.

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