A few people come to mind while writing this post, and maybe the only reason you clicked in was for the very same reason. Here's how you can get paid to watch television.

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This isn't the first time this company, Magellan TV, ran this promotion. They announced they would be running this same promotion they did last year again, on Twitter this year.

"Our True Crime Dream Job is back for round two! If you didn't make it last time, here's your second chance," The company announced, uping their price from last year from only $1,000.

If you can watch 24 hours of true crime documentaries, then you could be one of the three lucky people to get $2,400. There is one small minor catch, you'll have to post about the documentaries onto your social media.

On top of a cash prize, you'll get a one-year subscription to the streaming service.

So, what is the company mainly looking for in a candidate? The company announced they wanted someone who could, "handle the most menacing serial killer, the goriest details, and [won't] flinch at the chilling paranormal."

You've got roughly a month still to apply for this, as the deadline ends on May 5th.

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