Netflix extends agreement to keep Anthony Bourdain's 'Parts Unknown'

Posted at 6:26 AM, Jun 13, 2018
and last updated 2018-06-13 06:26:47-04

Netflix announced on Tuesday that it has extended an agreement to keep Anthony Bourdain's hit show, "Parts Unknown," on the streaming service for the future.

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In a tweet, Netflix said they will keep the show on Netflix "for months to come."

The show was originally set to expire from Netflix on June 16, but after Bourdain's sudden death by suicide, many fans rallied to keep the show. 

In the last episode of season two, Bourdain visited Detroit. As the last episode was set to air, Bourdain wrote a blog post about Detroit, calling it one of the most beautiful cities in America and talking about his love for the city.