CNN’s Anthony Bourdain Nabs Four Emmy Nominations

By Brian Flood Comment

Nominations for the 67th Emmy Awards were announced today and two CNN Original Series are among the nominees for non-fiction programming. Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown and The Sixties were both nominated for awards that will be handed out September 12 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

Parts Unknown was nominated for Outstanding Informational Series, as well as three other awards for Sound Mixing, Sound Editing and Writing. The Sixties is nominated for Outstanding Documentary or Non Fiction Series.

“We are truly honored that the TV Academy has once again recognized our original series Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown and The Sixties,” said Jeff Zucker, President, CNN Worldwide. “On behalf of all of us at CNN, I extend our sincere congratulations to our partners”

Adweek has the rundown on the rest of the nominees, which includes a last hurrah for Mad Men, as well as a big day for programs on streaming services.

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