Anthony Bourdain may be gone, but he is certainly not forgotten.
The celebrity chef took his own life in June at the age of 61.
On Saturday, the host of Parts Unknown was honored at the Television Critics Association Awards which took place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.
The awards are voted on by more than 200 television critics from the US and Canada.
Bourdain posthumously received the award for Outstanding Achievement in News and Information.
Also winning on the night was The Americans which comes to an end this year.
The espionage series was nominated for 4 awards and claimed Program of the Year, Outstanding Achievement in Drama, and Individual Achievement in Drama for its star, Keri Russell.
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy went to The Good Place, while Rachel Brosnahan of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel took home Individual Achievement in Comedy.
Outstanding New Program went to Killing Eve, Queer Eye was named Outstanding Achievement in Reality, and American Crime Story: The Assassination of Giovanni Versace walked away with Outstanding Achievement in Move or Miniseries.
The lifetime achievement awards were given to EGOT winner Rita Moreno, and Friends.