Anthony Bourdain wins posthumously for six Emmy awards

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The American tv chef Anthony Bourdain died in June at age 61 by suicide. But in the American media, he is certainly not forgotten. The chef won a posthumous six Emmy awards.

His television series on CNN, Parts Unknown, was six times nominated. The program knew all the nominations to redeem and went so in the end, with all the prices to the get.

Bourdain won in the category “outstanding writing of a non-fictieprogramma’ and ‘best information series’. It is not the first time that Bourdain an Emmy was awarded. From 2013 to 2016, he won also the prize – with the same show.

The nominations were part of the Creative Arts Emmys, which focus on smaller categories. The Primetime Emmys will be on september 17, awarded.

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