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Starbucks, Netflix Ask If Fans Have Read Bridgerton Ahead of Season 2?

Starbucks, Netflix Ask If Fans Have Read Bridgerton Ahead of Season 2?

If coffee and beverage giant Starbucks emails you about one of your all-time favorite Netflix shows and then you discover that the streaming giant and Starbucks have a book club together, things could feel a little strange, at first. Streaming service Netflix which has made binge-viewing mainstream is part of a social series, called "But Have You Read the Book?" in partnership with Starbucks. In October 2021, Starbucks and Netflix first announced this exclusive alliance as part of the Netflix Book Club, "a one-of-a-kind club for literary and entertainment lovers to hear about their new favorite books, films, and series adaptations first," the two companies had said.