Watch the Emotional Trailer for the Final Season of ‘Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown’

The final episode with the late chef's narration will debut September 23.

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Author/TV personality Anthony Bourdain visits Build to discuss the Balvenie's "Raw Craft" at Build Studio. (Photo by Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images)

CNN has released a moving trailer for the premier of the final season of Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown. The first episode, in which Bourdain travels to Kenya with W. Kamau Bell, will be the final to feature Bourdain’s narration. The global food ambassador died by suicide in June.

In the video, Bell watches clips from the episode and celebrates the time he was able to spend with Bourdain. “Tony has made some of the best television in the history of television,” Bell said. “Everybody who had dreams of traveling with Tony, it’s exactly as cool as you think it is,” he continued.

The trailer certainly suggests that the episode in Kenya will in some way tackle Bourdain’s death. The remainder of the season will feature four more episodes that Bourdain shot on location, but for which he didn’t record the narration. There will also be two episodes specifically honoring Bourdain, one focused on the cast and crew’s reflections on the show and another that considers his legacy. The first episode of the season will air Sunday, September 23.

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