Anthony Bourdain's 'Parts Unknown' On Netflix

Revisit the timeless show as a tribute to the late chef

In the aftershock of Anthony Bourdain's death last week, people worldwide have been sharing memories in his honor, paying homage to his former restaurant, Les Halles, and poring over his books.

They're also, of course, rewatching episodes of his exploratory food show, Parts Unknown, on Netflix. Originally scheduled to leave the streaming service this weekend, the show will remain available for "months to come," Netflix says in a Tweet.

There was even an online petition signed by nearly 7,000 people that attests to the show's power to connect humans across the globe. "Netflix, this show isn't just entertaining. It is heartwarming, it is honest and it benefits human kind," the petition reads. And there's no arguing with that.