Travel Channel has announced it will extend encore episodes of Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations on Tuesday nights beginning June 12 at 10PM ET/PT.
Travel Channel will continue to air repeat episodes on Tuesdays at 10PM and 11PM ET/PT through July 3.
The network just ran a marathon of the show on Sunday, two days after Bourdain's death was publicly announced.
Bourdain died of an apparent suicide at age 61, according to CNN, who also reported he hanged himself.
"Anthony Bourdain touched millions with his intrepid storytelling and forever changed the food and travelogue television genre. Fans looking to remember the iconic and trailblazing traveler can catch favorite episodes of Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations," Travel Channel said in a statement.
On the June 12 episode at 10PM ET/PT, Bourdain will visit Washington, D.C. and its diverse culture. He will sample many culinary options -- including Irish, Mexican and Ethiopian food, as well as the city's local landmark, Ben's Chili Bowl.
And then at 11PM ET/PT, Bourdain will try blood sausage, pastries and something called a "Pus stick challenge," changing his pre-conceptions of Vienna.
Future episodes will feature the celebrity chef traveling to Detroit, Venice, Beirut and more.
Bourdain's first food and world-travel TV show was entitled A Cook's Tour, and it aired on the Food Network from 2002 through 2003.
In 2005, Bourdain began hosting Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, which ran from 2005 to 2012, as well as The Layover, which aired from 2011 to 2013. Five years ago, he switched to CNN to hostAnthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown.
Bourdain also served as a guest judge on Bravo's Top Chef and a judge/mentor on ABC's reality cooking competition series The Taste.