Anthony Bourdain cremated in France

Danny Woods
June 22, 2018

Anthony Bourdain's travel and food series "Parts Unknown" is staying put on Netflix "for months to come".

As the Inquisitr reported last week, the 61-year-old was tragically found dead in his hotel room in France while he was there filming his hit show, Parts Unknown. "Parts Unknown" had been scheduled to leave Netflix US on June 16 when the streaming platform's license deal for the show expired.

After Anthony Bourdain's death, CNN will continue to air new episodes of the late chef's series for the network, Parts Unknown.

After Bourdain's death on June 8, CNN aired back-to-back Parts Unknown episodes in honor of their star.

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The streaming giant was set to end its run of Bourdain's award-winning series "Parts Unknown".

I mostly remember the lines outside of That's It Market after Bourdain's visit.

A petition attracted more than 6,000 signatures. By gnawing it to the bone. Now we know the plan for the remaining episodes. "Netflix, this show isn't just entertaining".

"After he was found dead last Friday, the network made a decision to go ahead and air the previously scheduled new episode, featuring Berlin, on Sunday", Stelter wrote. "It is heartwarming, it is honest and it benefits human kind", the petition reads. In his final season, Anthony Bourdain traversed West Virginia, Uruguay, Newfoundland, Armenia, and Hong Kong, among other locations. "Please keep it on the air".

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