Do you consider yourself a binge watcher of television shows, or are you someone that can’t wait to share your opinion on the latest film you watched on Hulu? Guess what? There’s a company that needs you and is willing to pay you lots of money to be the ultimate couch potato.

Cozy Up On Your Couch For Cash

So, what’s the catch? Well, similar to other companies, interested persons must fill out an application. The competition is fierce as this is a dream job come true. But if you are an influencer on social media, or are that go-to friend to ask what to watch on a Friday night at home, you might have a shot.

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As technological advancements in streaming media and entertainment on Internet-connected devices to advance, there are still some bugs that need to be worked out. A professional couch potato is needed to uncover how user-friendly and interactive various platforms are.

Views That Make The Vote

Sometimes companies have ideas on how to enhance the way in which we watch television and movies, but it takes testing to see if they improve or detract from the quality of the viewing experience. Real eyes can realize the good, the bad, and the awesome.

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Ready to let the binge-watching commence? You will want to check out HowToWatch online and be capable of spending 100 hours dedicated to being a couch potato. If selected as a candidate, you get to watch videos and live streaming media on YouTubeTV, Vue, Hulu, and more.

Bring on the marathons of being glued to the screen, viewing sports, thrillers, and sneaking in plenty of Game of Thrones.

Keep Your Eyes Peeled And Get Paid

Want to know what will boost your chances of snagging $2,000 to watch streaming media from the comfort of your couch or bed?

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Anyone who is active on Twitter or Reddit will get some brownie points on their application. And, as a professional couch potato, you will want to keep your eyes focused intently on what you watch. As part of this dream job, you will have to jot down notes about platform performance and overall service.