The 68th Primetime Emmy nominations were announced Thursday, highlighting the best of the best in television this year. It's turned out to be another banner year for Anthony Bourdain and his Parts Unknown crew. After scoring four nominations last year, the CNN show garnered five this time around. Individual episodes are recognized for cinematography, sound mixing, sound editing, and writing, and the series itself is nominated for Outstanding Informational Series or Special.
Another big winner is Chef's Table. The Netflix series picked up three nominations, including Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series. Top Chef, America's favorite cooking competition, is once again up for Outstanding Reality-Competition Program. See the full list of nominations from the food world below.
Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series
Outstanding Music Composition for a Series
Chef's Table "Grant Achatz"
Outstanding Sound Mixing in a Nonfiction Series
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown "Ethiopia"
Outstanding Cinematography in a Nonfiction Series
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown "Cuba"
Outstanding Sound Editing in a Nonfiction Series
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown "Okinawa"
Outstanding Animated Program
Bob's Burgers "The Horse Rider-er"
South Park "You're Not Yelping"
Outstanding Directing for a Nonfiction Program
Chef's Table "Gaggan Anand"
Outstanding Informational Series or Special
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown
Outstanding Reality-Competition Program
Outstanding Structured Reality Program
Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives
Outstanding Variety Talk Series
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee
Outstanding Writing for a Nonfiction Program
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown "Borneo"
Correction: This story originally stated Chef's Table was nominated for four Emmy awards. The series was in fact nominated for three.