The release date for Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown season 9 — Pending
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About the show
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown is a US travel and food docuseries airing on CNN since 2013. It is created by Zero Point Zero Productions and is hosted and executive produced by Bourdain, with Christopher Collins, Lydia Tenaglia and Sandra Zweig. The current eighth season of the show premiered on September 25, 2016, containing ten one-hour episodes.
Bourdain is an avid traveler, who visits parts of the world that are off the beaten path, and explores various cultures and national cuisines. The current season traditionally started off with a “Prime Cuts” episode that features a retrospective of the preceding season and a preview of season eight, and the remaining episodes offer a close-up and personal view of Hanoi, Nashville, Sichuan, London, Houston, Japan, Rome, Buenos Aires, and Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Reception and chances of renewal
The series has enjoyed critical acclaim, winning 5 Emmy Awards and a Peabody Award along with numerous award nominations. It has an excellent 8.6/10 IMDb score, and premiered with an audience of 0.952 million viewers and a 0.26 rating in the 18-49 demo, down to 0.828 million viewers and a 0.23 rating on the following week. He show is hailed by the viewers for the production quality. This is excellent journalism applied to the subject of food and travel, not another pointless docu-series that is indistinguishable from other shows of its kind. Please stay tuned, and we will let you know when Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown is renewed for another season, which is highly probable.
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