Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations

2005, TV Show


Anthony Bourdain Trashes Travel Channel Over Cadillac Endorsement

Anthony Bourdain

Anthony Bourdain is not someone you want as an enemy. The outspoken No Reservations host recently took to Twitter and Tumblr to express his anger at Travel Channel's re-editing of his show to imply that he was endorsing Cadillac. read more

Homeland and Community Nab Top Honors at Critics' Choice TV Awards

Claire Danes

Homeland was named Best Drama Series at the Critics' Choice Television Awards Monday night.

The Showtime series took home the award for the Best TV Drama at the Golden Globes in January, positioning it as a strong contender for the Emmys in September. Homeland star Claire Danes was also honored with the award for Best Actress in a Drama Series. read more

Anthony Bourdain Joins CNN for New Weekend Show

Anthony Bourdain

Anthony Bourdain is taking one of his biggest trips yet as he makes the move to CNN.

The No Reservations star is joining the network to host a new weekend program covering food and travel. read more

Anthony Bourdain: Giving Up Cigarettes "Has in No Way Improved My Life"

Anthony Bourdain

No Reservations host Anthony Bourdain doesn't give a crap about a lot of things. He doesn't care about Nielsen ratings, for one, and he also isn't concerned what people think of his perpetual state of drunkenness on the show.
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Critic's Guide to Monday TV: Fear Factor, a Hawaii Five-0 Wedding and More!

Fear Factor

On the 12th day of December, with only 12 days (gulp) until Christmas Eve, here's a dozen topics of interest — or possibly disinterest — regarding today's unusually busy, for mid-December, TV lineup.

Mother's Day: On CBS's biggest Monday hit, Two and a Half Men (9/8c), Mimi Rogers drops by the Malibu manse as Walden's mom. Alan, naturally, is smitten (ewwww), but in the opposite-of-nurturing tradition of mothers ...
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A Night Out With Anthony Bourdain

Anthony Bourdain

In his role as a professional eater and drinker on Travel Channel's No Reservations, Anthony Bourdain's omnivorous bacchanals across the globe have become the stuff of foodie legend. So I braced myself for our meal at NYC's Takashi, a Japanese/Korean restaurant that's known for specialties like beef heart and flash-boiled Achilles' tendon. Would I be able to keep up with his infinite appetite for offal and sake? As it turned out, Bourdain is considerably more tame when he's off duty — and readily admits that these days, he'd rather get home to his wife and kid than stay out late being a bada--. read more

No Reservations Gets Real in Japan

Anthony Bourdain

On No Reservations' mid-season finale, snarky world traveler Anthony Bourdain visits Japan's island of Hokkaido. Having filmed the episode prior to March's deadly earthquake, the host hopes to share with audiences "a sense of what we've lost and what's probably been changed forever."

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Matt's Picks: February 28-March 3

Matt Lauria, Jason Clarke

The Chicago Code (Monday, 9/8c, Fox)
As often happens in the best crime dramas, the bad guy often gets some of the meatiest material. And Ronin Gibbons, the Chicago Alderman played so deliciously by Delroy Lindo, is no ordinary adversary. We get a better sense of what makes him tick in this episode, when the powerful politician is confronted by an armed teenage robber, causing Gibbons to look back on his own upbringing, back before he became so cynical about the city's corrupt ways. In another storyline, a bomber blows up a city building and promises more mayhem, putting a ticking clock on Jarek and Caleb's efforts to track down the culprit. This situation is not unlike the dilemma on ABC's Castle an hour later (10/9c), in the conclusion of a tense two-parter that finds Beckett and Castle teaming up with a fed (Adrian Pasdar) to avert a terrorist calamity.... read more

Matt's Picks: September 6-9

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Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations (Monday, 10/9c, Travel Channel)
The outspoken culinary expert and world traveler celebrates his 100th episode with a return to Paris — hitting all the foodie hot spots in the City of Lights with the renowed chef Eric Ripert (whose chops Bourdain busted while guest-judging Top Chef last week). A daylong marathon of favorite episodes ends at 9/8c, with a "What Were We Thinking?" retrospective special that looks back at five years of filming the show in locales all across the world... read more

Tonight's TV Hot List: Monday, Sept. 6, 2010

Anthony Bourdain

Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations
10/9c Travel
Five years and 99 episodes ago, Tony Bourdain kicked off this entertaining travelogue in Paris. Now, he's going back to the City of Lights to celebrate the show's 100th episode, and he's bringing along his pal, renowned French chef Eric Ripert. Together, they embark on a culinary tour of the French capital, sampling both classic cuisine and bold new dishes that are redefining French cooking.

Read on for previews of Aftermath, Thintervention with Jackie Warner, Nickelodeon Mega Music Fest, The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!, Giuliani's 9/11 and 100 Greatest Artists. read more

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Premiered: July 25, 2005, on Travel
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