Anthony Bourdain Gets Posthumous Emmy Nomination For 'Parts Unknown'

As the 2018 Emmy nominations rolled in on Thursday, the late Anthony Bourdain received a nomination for his work on CNN’s “Parts Unknown.”

The chef, restaurateur and author who hosted and executive-produced “Parts Unknown” died at age 61 in June. He was nominated for Best Informational Series or Special. 

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