You Can Win $2,400 By Binge-Watching True Crime Documentaries For 24 Hours

Magellan TV is offering $2400 to those who want to watch 24 hours of true crime documentaries. The chosen candidate will have 48 hours to complete watching 18 different programs.

Most people have their favorite type of television show. For some people, it is comedies and for others, it could be a drama. Another very popular type of show is a true-crime documentary, and there are plenty of them to choose from. Perhaps you have a favorite and you enjoy watching it, even when you’ve seen the episode dozens of times.

When we enjoy a particular television show, we sometimes regret the fact that we watched the entire series. We may even feel as if there is not any real reason why we would continue watching it, but MagellanTV is providing us the best reason.

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They are offering $2400 to those who want to watch 24 hours of true crime documentaries, and it is the easiest money that most people will ever make.

There are 18 different programs that are covered in the 24 hours. They include documentaries about some popular serial killers, such as Jack the Ripper or Charles Manson. There are also a number of other programs that you may not have heard of before, such as The Crossbow Killer or Crime Files With David Wilson. You might just walk away with a new favorite.

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If you feel as if you are the right person for the job, you need to meet the criteria. You have to be at least 18 years of age and live in the United States. You also need to spend some uninterrupted time watching these true crime documentaries. You have 24 hours of television to watch and you only have 48 hours in which to watch it.

After you finish the quest, you will have to post your experience on social media. That is why it is also a requirement to have a social media account.

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You can put in your application until May 5 at 5 PM EST. Do it for the $2400 paycheck or for the chance to win a subscription for an entire year to Magellan TV.