Parts Unknown, the Emmy Award-winning show starring the late chef and food critic Anthony Bourdain, is returning to Netflix.
The Twitter account for Netflix UK and Ireland confirmed that all 12 seasons, which follow Bourdain as he explores the culture and cuisine of lesser-known locations around the world, will be available to stream from 1 June.
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown launched on CNN in 2013 and ran until 2018, the year of Bourdain's death. It won 12 Emmys and a Peabody Award.
Across the 12 seasons and 104 episodes, Bourdain visited locations including Bhutan, Myanmar and Morocco to meet with local chefs and sample the cuisine.
Bourdain took his own life while filming a new season of Parts Unknown in Strasbourg, France.
A new feature documentary is reportedly in the works from Oscar-winning filmmaker Morgan Neville.
See what's available to watch on Netflix UK this month, here.
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