On Sunday, late chef Anthony Bourdain won six posthumous Creative Arts Emmy Awards for his work on the CNN series Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown. 

Bourdain’s series won prizes for Outstanding Writing for a Nonfiction Program and Outstanding Informational Series or Special. The show also took home awards for picture editing, sound editing and sound mixing.

The chef died by suicide on June 8 at the age of 61.

Lydia Tenaglia, a producer for Parts Unknown, told Deadline this week that Bourdain had “always coveted” these Emmys, after being nominated in the Creative Arts categories multiple times. The show previously won a cinematography award in 2013, the year it began. The series consisted of Bourdain traveling to different countries to explore different types of cuisines.

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Comedian W. Kamau Bell, who hosts the CNN documentary series United Shades of America, shared a photo on Twitter on Sunday of himself wearing a T-shirt with his and Bourdain’s faces on it. Bell thanked the late chef for helping him land his show, and for taking him to Africa.

Several other entertainers won Creative Arts Emmys this weekend, including James Corden, Tiffany Haddish, Kat Williams and John Legendwho made history by becoming the first black man to reach “EGOT” status by winning the four major performing awards: Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony.

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