Renegade chef and culinary world traveler Anthony Bourdain won 6 posthumous Emmys this past Saturday and Sunday at The 70th Annual Creative Arts Emmys for the show he hosted until his suicide 3months ago: Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown and other projects.

Parts Unknown took the awards for best informational series or special, writing for non-fiction program, picture editing for a non-fiction program, sound editing for a non-fiction program and sound mixing for a non-fiction program. Bourdain personally was the winner for writing and international series or special, in addition to an Emmy for best short form reality or non-fiction for Anthony Bourdain: Explore Parts Unknown.

His producer Lydia Tenaglia as she accepted Bourdain's writing Emmy, "Tony was nominated for this Emmy many times, but it had always eluded him. So it is with tremendous bittersweetness that I accept it on his behalf."

Amidst this tribute to a fine TV presenter and culinary traveler, the way he should be remembered, CNN has also announced a September 23 premiere date for the final 7 episodes of Parts Unknown – 5 in specific locations and 2 specials.

New episodes will be out consecutive Sundays through November 11. November 4 will also be an off-date because of CNN's coverage of the midterm elections.