Netflix Extends 'Parts Unknown' Deal After Bourdain's Death

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He was on location filming for his CNN series, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown with his friend and fellow chef Eric Ripert. But after Bourdain's recent death, Netflix announced it had extended its licensing agreement to keep airing "Parts Unknown".

They're also, of course, rewatching episodes of his exploratory food show, Parts Unknown, on Netflix.

"Some fans have noticed that Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown was scheduled to come off Netflix US on June 16", Netflix said in a statement on Twitter.

Netflix says that the travel and food show, which sees the late chef traveling the world to discover culinary dishes from different cultures and cuisines, will remain available to viewers for "months to come".

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

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Celebrities, musicians and even former US President Barack Obama has paid tribute to Bourdain.

Chef and TV personality Bourdain was found dead by suicide on Friday. His talents never ceased to amaze us and we will miss him very much. The final two episodes will air at 9 p.m. on June 17 and June 24, according to CNN. Our thoughts and condolences continue to go out to his family during this hard time.

In an effort to keep the show on Netflix, Tanner Palin started a petition that attracted over 6,000 signature.

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

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