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NO RESERVATIONS: Bourdain to push limits on new season
Calling it as he sees it, Bourdain puts a new perspective on the situation in Haiti during a visit with actor/humanitarian Sean Penn in the opener February 28. His frank, unique summations, open a never-before-seen window to the enduring devastation that continues a year later.
Regular viewers are promised a different season this year as Bourdain takes personal risks leading to a renewed sense of purpose in his journey. By taking viewers to off the grid locations that challenge him with a better understanding of human existence, Bourdain probes behind the underlying stories.
Gadling readers hooked on our new series, Around the World in 80 Hours (of Travel TV), will totally be in the right mind to glean new perspectives from the intense and evolving focus of both NO RESERVATIONS and it's host.
In Around the World in 80 Hours (of Travel TV), Gadling's Rolf Potts hopes to "glean five days worth of travel experiences from the glowing parameters of a single TV set and figure out what the Travel Channel might be saying about how one should see the world."
On NO RESERVATIONS, Anthony Bourdain is back to give viewers more of his trademark sharp commentary on the world...with a twist. Throughout the season, viewers will watch a transformation of sorts in the progran's host. In one episode, he'll travel to Cambodia and identify a parallel between Cambodia's development and his own maturation, seeking to reconnect with this historically rich country during his second visit.
Viewers can chat live with Anthony Bourdain during the premiere episode Monday February 28, 2011 on the Travel Channel @NoReservations.