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Streaming service is paying $1,000 to watch true crime documentaries
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Are you an armchair detective who enjoys true crime documentaries and wants to make extra cash during the coronavirus quarantines? Well, you’re in luck because there is a streaming service that’s willing to pay one lucky person $1,000 to binge-watch its crime programming.
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MagellanTV is offering the four-figure payout to the person who can watch its prepared list of 16 documentaries within 24 hours.