The 2014 Creative Arts Emmy Awards took place this past Saturday, and Anthony Bourdain's CNN Show, Parts Unknown, took home a trophy. The show won the "Outstanding Informational Series or Special" for the second year in a row (Bourdain proudly tweeted a photo of the award), but this time the show tied with HBO's Vice.
Parts Unknown was also up for "Outstanding Writing For Nonfiction Programming." Single episodes of the show had also gained nominations in categories for sound mixing, editing, and cinematography. HBO's Treme — a show Bourdain has worked on in the past — was up for four awards, and came away with an Emmy for "Outstanding Sound Mixing For a Miniseries or a Movie."