Anthony Bourdain producing documentary series on history of Detroit

Chef, filmmaker to cover Detroit in 1960s

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DETROIT - Chef and filmmaker Anthony Bourdain is producing a new documentary series on Detroit in the 1960s.

The series, which will air on CNN next year, is titled "Detroit 1963: Once in a Great City."

Here's the synopsis from Variety:

*Detroit 1963: Once in a Great City (working title): Executive produced by  Anthony Bourdain and Lydia Tenaglia this four-part series fpcuses on the history of Detroit, particularly at its high point. The docuseries, produced by Zero Point Zero, will take viewers back to a time in America when people believed in the power and goodness of big corporations, had high hopes for racial parity, and looked to institutions like unions and the government to solve their problems.

Anthony Bourdain has explored Detroit before. Most recently, Bourdain visited Detroit for his show Parts Unknown.

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