The team from "Anthony Bourdain: Explore Parts Unknown" accept the award for outstanding short form nonfiction or reality series for "Anthony Bourdain: Explore Parts Unknown" during night two of the Television Academy's 2018 Creative Arts Emmy Awards at the Microsoft Theater. His collaborator and executive producer Lydia Tenaglia, who accepted the award on his behalf, said it was "the one award he secretly coveted", and called the win "bittersweet".
Three months after his death, Anthony Bourdain was honored with six Emmy wins at this year's Creative Arts Emmys for his CNN show "Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown" and its digital spinoff. It comes as no surprise that these Emmys are not the chef's first, as he has won a total of four awards in past years, with the most recent dating back to 2016 for best informational series or special.
"Tony was nominated for this Emmy many times, but it had always eluded him".
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Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian refugees in the region, and removed all direct assistance to the Palestinian people. Palestinian officials have described the decision as an "declaration of war on efforts to bring peace.to the region".
Bourdain, who started his career as a dishwasher in NY restaurants and rose to become one of the world's best-known TV chefs and food connoisseurs, once sharing a televised meal in Vietnam with then-U.S. President Barack Obama, died on June 8.
Bell, also an Emmy victor Sunday night, paid tribute to Bourdain ahead of the show on social media.
Anthony Bourdain won six posthumous Emmys during the Creative Arts Emmys.
On Saturday, awards were given out in categories like casting, animation and outstanding guest actor/actress.