Now you can profit on watching your favorite TV series… Find out how…

Why not profit in on the fact that many people are spending a lot of time binge-watching their favorite television episodes and movies while they are under stay-at-home by making some money off of it?

Although binge-watching is not a particularly new phenomena, being confined to one’s house has undoubtedly increased the frequency with which people sit on the sofa and re-watch their favorite show for the 900th time.

In order to watch every episode of every season of their favorite TV series for free, a TV company is seeking for five professionals who like binge-watching. The company studies, compares, and evaluates television, internet, and streaming services.

To thank them for their efforts, each binge-watcher will get $2,000 in cash, as well as a one-year membership to their favorite streaming service as well as sweets, popcorn, and other delicacies, also they will be gifted the book “Remote: Office Not Required” by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier.

It is totally up to you (if chosen) which TV show to watch as you are free to choose a show with 2 seasons or one that has  been on the air for many years.

Keep in mind that you are in charge of creating your own task. The program you select will ultimately affect how much you will get paid each hour and how long you want to work.

For example, if you wish to watch a brand new or short-run program, your hourly salary will amount to around $49 – $104 each hour depending on your location. And, if you wish to watch an episode of a a show that has many seasons, your hourly income will be $12 per episode.

As a result, you must select a program depending on how much your time is valuable to you in the first place.

However, at the end of the day, everyone receives the same $2,000 prize for the program they binge-watched, though, as you are required to take time away from your normal job in order to complete this project, the amount of hours you devote to it might make a significant impact.

One should be above the age of 18, a legal resident of the United States, and a frequent user of social media platforms to be considered eligible for applying  (CableTV, deadline April 20).

Also, applicants must submit a brief essay explaining why they are the best candidate for the position.

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