The beloved TV host and chef on CNN's travelogue, Anthony Bourdain, had died in June of this year and it was a bit too soon for a lot of people. For his colleagues, though they were in a period of grieving, they still had to finish the rest of the series that had already been shot.
The pieces were there. But they had to be assembled. The last five episodes that featured all original material had been shot. But Bourdain had fully narrated only one of those. What the ZPZ staff quickly realized, however, was that they were uniquely qualified to complete Bourdain’s opus.
Alan Siegel of The Ringer tells us more.
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