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Anthony Bourdain’s legacy lives on.
The late TV personality and chef, who died in June 2018, won two posthumous Emmys for his series, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown. The accolades came during the 71st Creative Arts Emmy Awards, which were handed out over the weekend.
The traveling food series was nominated for a total of six Emmys; Bourdain won the two he was eligible for, in the Outstanding Informational Series or Special and Outstanding Writing for a Nonfiction Program categories.
Bourdain was 61 when his body was discovered in a hotel room in Kaysersberg, France,
Anthony Bourdain was recognized for his work on “Parts Unknown,” winning a posthumous Emmy in the category of Outstanding Writing for a Nonfiction Program https://t.co/bfnpGBOXeU pic.twitter.com/AN5IEdatqD
— Eater (@Eater) September 17, 2019
— Television Academy (@TelevisionAcad) September 15, 2019
— Complex (@Complex) September 16, 2019
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