The 67th Primetime Emmy nominations were announced Thursday, and a handful of food reality shows and food TV personalities garnered nods. Anthony Bourdain and the crew of his CNN show Parts Unknown, which garnered seven nominations last year, are up for four awards this year. Overall, the show has been nominated for both "Outstanding Informational Series or Special," and the show's Iran episode is up for "Outstanding Writing For Nonfiction Programming."
Bourdain is up for another award for his work as the host of The Taste, even though the show was canceled this year. Top Chef scored another Emmy nod, as did the Wahlberg brothers for their show Wahlburgers. Nascar driver and general kulinary kewl kid Guy Fieri gained a nomination, too. The full list of food world nominations, below:
Outstanding Reality-Competition Program
Top Chef • Bravo • Magical Elves for Bravo
Outstanding Host For A Reality Or Reality-Competition Program
The Taste • ABC • Kinetic Content, LLC
Anthony Bourdain, Host
Outstanding Informational Series Or Special
Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown • CNN • Zero Point Zero Production, Inc.
Outstanding Writing For Nonfiction Programming
Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown • Iran • CNN • Zero Point Zero Production, Inc.
Anthony Bourdain, Written by
Outstanding Sound Editing For Nonfiction Programming (Single Or Multi-Camera)
Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown • Madagascar • CNN • Zero Point Zero Productions, Inc.
Benny Mouthon, C.A.S., Sound Designer
Outstanding Sound Mixing For Nonfiction Programming (Single or Multi-Camera)
Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown • Jamaica • CNN • Zero Point Zero Productions, Inc.
Brian Bracken, Re-Recording Mixer
Outstanding Structured Reality Program
Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives • Food Network • Citizen Pictures Guy Fieri, Executive Producer
Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program
Wahlburgers • A&E • 44 Blue Productions in association with Closest to the Hole Productions, Leverage Entertainment and Donnie D Productions for A&E Network