Like its subject, the intimate documentary is compassionate and curious, but it leaves viewers to form their own conclusions about the chef's life.
W. Kamau Bell remembers his unforgettable trip to Kenya in our first look at the show since Bourdain's death.
CNN is giving the doc a full theatrical rollout as early as next year.
As a native West Virginian, I never thought I'd see my home state represented with respect and fairness—until Bourdain showed up.
It was fun while it lasted.
Less than 24 hours after Anthony Bourdain and the President of the United States shared a table at Bun Cha Huong Lien—a traditional Hanoi noodle joint—the place looked like the bitter end of a rager.