We've spent a year at home watching just about everything our streaming services have to offer, so why not get paid to do it?

If you're a true crime junkie and would love to work in your pajamas from your couch, boy is this opportunity for you.

Streaming service Magellan TV is looking to hire three true crime aficionados who will get paid to binge-watch 24 hours of their favorite genre. If you always need to know the goriest details of the crimes and live for the paranormal, you'll want to apply for this position.

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In 48 hours or less, you'll be watching 18 thrilling documentaries, including "A Shallow Grave," "Conversations With a Serial Killer" and "The Family: Inside the Manson Cult," and you'll need to document your spooky experience on social media.

But what's in it for you? Magellan TV will pay you $2,400 for the whole experience and grant you a one-year subscription to its streaming service for free. That way, you can keep watching true crime documentaries to your heart's content and buy all the snacks you'll need to stress-eat your way through each one.

Sounds like a dream job, right? You can apply through a simple form on Magellan TV's website, and if you really want to make yourself stand out, send in a video explaining why you're the perfect candidate for the job.

Have you heard about the upcoming docuseries following the streak of brutal murders in Fall River in 1979? The new series, "Fall River," will debut on Epix on May 16, and will follow the story more than 20 years after three women died, when lead investigator Paul Carey began to question his work on the case.

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