"No Reservations"

Anthony Bourdain ended his seven-year run on "No Reservations," his travel and food show, with a bang. On his way out from the Travel Channel, he ripped the station's executives for "cynically and cheaply" repurposing footage from his show for advertising. Read more about <a href="http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/tv/showtracker/la-et-st-anthony-bourdain-blasts-travel-channel-20121113,0,6766461.story" target="_blank">Bourdain's rant and his plans here</a>.
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( Ilya S. Savenock / Getty Images / May 19, 2012 )

Anthony Bourdain ended his seven-year run on "No Reservations," his travel and food show, with a bang. On his way out from the Travel Channel, he ripped the station's executives for "cynically and cheaply" repurposing footage from his show for advertising. Read more about Bourdain's rant and his plans here.

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