Travel across the globe with Emmy and Peabody Award winning Anthony Bourdain for another season filled with all new destinations including tours of the French Alps, Puerto Rico, Lagos, Nigeria, Seattle, Sri Lanka, Pittsburgh, and southern Italy.
Original air date April 29, 2018 © CNN.
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Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, Season 10 Reviews (34)
I will always remember Anthony’s kind comments on West Virginia, my home. It is very bad in terms of opioid dependence and overdoses. However it is also a beautiful place with kind hearted souls and I respect Anthony for showing that.
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If facts are the seeds that later produce knowledge and wisdom, then the emotions and the impressions of the senses are the fertile soil in which the seeds must grow.
Thank you for a good look at our state.
Also "what other work?" at 25:55. That was the whole democratic idea. To set up renewable energy jobs there
The religion thing still gets to me though. I fully understand wanting to cling to something that gives you hope, and perhaps, if you 'make it through', something better after you die. But why do the people who are the most beaten down by hardships seem to never take it up with God about seemingly being indifferent to them and their struggle? It never happens.
This was fantastic. RIP Tony 👨🏻🍳
Travelogue and social commentary wrapped up in a tasty local ‘burrito-esque’ menu each week. Each episode teaches you something new. The Pittsburgh episode is a masterpiece of beautiful sights, sounds, and history along with the new white collar realities that is defining the city today.
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Rapid image changes where distracting and cheap editing. It ruined the episode. I hope this does not continue.
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Beautiful episode! Putting a nin-judgemental spotlight on West Virginia’s youth, immigrant family histories, pole and coal workers, gun rights advocates, 4x4 enthusiasts, Trump supporters, hardworking single mom’s, and foodies, and illuminating their points of view and where they are coming from, was a master stroke. I mostly disagree with their politics, but I sure enjoyed this episode and actually gained much respect for them and their different views.
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, Season 10 News
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