Anthony Bourdain may have moved on to CNN but the last season of his show No Reservations will premiere September 3rd on the Travel Channel. The season opener features Bourdain's trip to Austin, the city that keeps it weird in Texas.
''After exploring over 60 countries, traveling more than 716,000 miles (which is the equivalent of circumventing the globe over 28 times) and tasting delicacies of hundreds of cities, villages and towns, Travel Channel's Emmy Award-winning series will take its final bow,'' the Travel Channel said in a statement.
No Reservation's ninth season will air after an all-day marathon of the show. In this new season Bourdain travels around the world to the Caribbean, France and Oceania. You can see a slideshow of Bourdain's final tour on the network's website.
Of course, nothing is lost on Bourdain. The chef/host/author will be busy in months to come with his yet-to-debut weekend show on CNN, his upcoming cooking competition show 'Taste' with Nigella Lawson, and the promotion of his newly released illustrated book Get Jiro!
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