If you want to binge watch Anthony Bourdain’s ‘Parts Unknown,’ you may have to act fast
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CNN’s “Parts Unknown,” hosted by Anthony Bourdain, who committed suicide earlier this month, is available for streaming on Netflix, but it might not be for long.
- The program was previously scheduled to leave Netflix on June 14, 2018 as part of the service’s normal practice of removing content to make way for new movies and shows.
- However, after the death of Bourdain, fans are petitioning Netflix to keep the series available.
- Fans have posted numerous social media posts directed at Netflix.
- As of now, no decision has been made regarding the status of the show’s availability on Netflix, though it’s likely Netflix would need to negotiate with CNN to continue making it available.