The death of food-entertainment polymath Anthony Bourdain rocked, well, basically the entire world. His work, however, lives on, and Parts Unknown remains a testament to the kind of nuance and accessibility that made Bourdain so beloved in the first place. This is a show about food in the same way that The Shining is a movie about hotel management, which is to say: nominally, if at all. Sure, Bourdain eats, but you can find better food porn littered across the streamosphere. Parts Unknown’s truer focus is telling stories about the ways communities build, nurture, and examine themselves. The episodes themselves are like little vacations, and their titles are simple, direct ways to inform you of your destination; where do you want to go for an hour? Myanmar, Peru, Madagascar, Vietnam... the choices are nearly endless, and even though the escapism is now twinged with sadness, the quality of work speaks for itself.