“Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown” is a show of exploration and introduction to authentic food, culture, people, and travel (via Explore Parts Unknown). Though the beloved show is no longer on Netflix and Hulu, other ways exist to see all 12 seasons.
The hour-long must-see show is streaming on HBO Max, the only subscription TV service with all seasons (via Decider). It is available for rent or purchase at Amazon's Prime Video, which costs $2.99 per episode and $14.99 per season, and at the Microsoft Store ranging from $9.99 to $17.99.
The show is available on Google Play and YouTube, costing $1.99 for each episode and $9.99 to $14.99 for each season, plus an option to buy the entire series for $74.99. Finally, iTunes and Vudu have all 12 full seasons for $14.99 each, with Vudu offering the SD for $9.99.