Three months after his suicide, Anthony Bourdain is back for a final season of "Parts Unknown" on CNN (Sundays, 9 pm ET/CT), albeit posthumously. On Sept. 16, he received two more Emmys, upping his career total to five.
TV & Movies
Marijuana food shows are hot on TV. First there was "Bong Appétit" on Viceland and now there's "Cooking on High" – dubbed "the first-ever competitive cannabis cooking show" – on Netflix.
Now permitted by CNN to "smoke weed on camera," Anthony Bourdain travels to Uruguay, where marijuana is legal and he tries out some of the local varieties.
Who would've thought that CNN's chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta would become one of the leading voices for medical marijuana? But he has, as evidenced by his fourth cannabis documentary, "Weed 4: Pot vs. Pills."
For stoners who don't like Netflix's "Disjointed," there's always HBO's "High Maintenance," which kicked off Season 2 on HBO on Jan. 19.