Bourdain’s Parts Unknown Wins Two Emmys

Chef Anthony Bourdain attends The Inagural World Street Food Congress 2013 at Spice Market on February 25, 2013 in New York City.
Congrats, Tony. Photo: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images

Yesterday marked the Creative Arts Emmy Awards — a.k.a. the less star-studded, more tech-focused Emmys — and Anthony Bourdain's CNN Show Parts Unknown took home the award for Outstanding Cinematography for Nonfiction Programming and shared the honor of Outstanding Informational Series with Inside the Actor's Studio. (In other food-related-show news, Top Chef's Last Chance Kitchen won the award for Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media and MasterChef won Outstanding Art Direction for a Multi-Camera Series.)

The Zero Point Zero Production team tweeted the Parts Unknown news:

This post has been updated to include the award that MasterChef received.

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