It’s an emotional ad, more a reflection on Bourdain’s mission for the show than an actual advertisement of the show itself. Bell says:
“He wasn’t making TV for TV’s sake. This was his life work. If Tony was still alive, I would have him here to process it. The greater context of the show and the reality that he’s gone is like a punch in the gut. I feel a responsibility to learn the lessons I learned when I was with him to take into the work that I’m doing.”
Parts Unknown is back September 23.
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