Travel across the globe with Emmy and Peabody Award winning Anthony Bourdain for another season filled with all new destinations including tours of West Virginia, Uruguay, Armenia, Hong Kong, Berlin, Louisiana, and Bhutan.
Original air date April 29, 2018 © CNN.
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Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, Season 11 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.
Caliban at large
lol dead anti white kike
Amazing documentary style show about Food, people and life around the world. Highly recommend this one of kind unique show. Well done CNN and Anthony Bourdain.
I bought the entire season and then you stopped updating it. Why is that?!
Like others I'm wondering what happened to the Armenia episode?
Alfred North Whitehead
No one who achieves success does so without the help of others. The wise and confident acknowledge this help with gratitude.
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 👨🏻🍳
Was amazing. So sad for Tony. How sick must he have been to take his own life given the respect and love we all had for him. RIP Tony.
He convinced me to go to Vietnam with an open mind. Then somehow Cambodia as well!
Jami Theresa Williams
I have been a fan of his series for years. He has inspired me to be open minded towards different cultures and point of views. He was truly one of a kind and will be missed. Rest In Peace 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽
Chuck Norris round-house kicked micheal jackson and he turned from black to white
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 11 News
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- What's on TV: 'Street Fighter' and 'Kimmy Schmidt' - This week the NHL and NBA both enter the final round of their playoff series, while Netflix delivers new seasons of Arrested Development and The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. A new anthology Street Fighter collection is available on PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC,…
- What's on TV: 'Manhunt,' 'Donkey Kong' and 'I'm Dying Up Here' - The NBA and NHL playoffs rage on while the MLB season is well underway, but this week our eyes are turned to a new John Woo film and Swedish thriller series coming to Netflix. Manhunt focuses on a prosecutor out to clear his name, which will predictably be ac…
- What's on TV: 'Handmaid's Tale,' '3%' and 'Archer' - This week the NFL Draft takes place, squeezed in between NBA and NHL playoffs action. At the same time Archer is back to open another season, along with Netflix's 3% and The Handmaid's Tale on Hulu. We also have the season finale of Homeland, and a series cap…