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Anthony Bourdain Snags Yet Another Emmy for ‘Parts Unknown’

The show continues to rack up the awards

Anthony Bourdain stares into the distance from a boat Parts Unknown/Facebook

Sunday night the winners of the 2016 Creative Arts Emmy Awards were unveiled at Microsoft Theater in LA, and Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown picked up another trophy: For the fourth year in a row, the CNN series won the Outstanding Informational Series or Special category.

Naturally, there was Champagne to celebrate the latest Emmy statue, as captured on Bourdain’s Instagram:

Parts Unknown is produced by Zero Point Zero; the show was nominated in five categories this year. In addition to the numerous Emmys it’s collected over the years, the wildly popular series also snagged a prestigious Peabody Award in 2014.

The next season of Parts Unknown debuts September 25; the first episode will chronicle Bourdain’s trip to Hanoi, Vietnam, where he’ll slurp noodles with President Obama.

Creative Arts Emmy Awards Winners [Variety]
Watch: All the Food Shows Nominated for Emmys This Year [E]
All Anthony Bourdain Coverage [E]

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