According to Project Casting, Internet Advisor will pay you $1,000 to binge-watch Netflix’s ‘Ozark‘.
‘Ozark’ season 3 is returning to Netflix and while millions of people are practicing social distancing, here’s a great opportunity to get paid to watch the drama series.
Project Casting reports, Internet Advisor is looking to pay someone $1,000 to binge-watch seasons 1 and 2 of the Netflix show. The chosen applicant will need to watch all 20 hours of season 1 and 2 of ‘Ozark’ and complete the research questionnaire they will provide while they are watching.
From Internet Advisor:
You Already Love Ozarks Now Get To Paid To Binge Watch It
Yeah, you heard me right. I bet now you’re wondering how to go about that. Who wouldn’t want to receive some cash for watching the best TV show Ozark?
And now or never, you can also change your luck this March like Marty, when InternetAdvisor.com gives you the chance to watch about 20 hours of Ozark for $1000.
Ozark’s first episode aired in July 2017, and since then, nothing has been the same for Marty and his family. And it’s about to change for you. You can start by getting your popcorn ready and a cozy blanket to watch Ozark Season 1 and 2. We mean it when we say we’ll pay you a whopping $1000 to watch 20 hours of the series.
You saw it with your two naked-eyes when the cartel killed Marty’s business partner and his girlfriend after they suspected he was skimming them money. And Marty was next, but being a quick thinker, he manages to save his life by promising to launder 500 million dollars in five years out in the Ozarks as a way of payback. Now, you can earn $1000 bucks to watch Ozark all over again.
For more information and how to apply, visit projectcasting.com
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In related entertainment news, developers just made watching Netflix with your friend even easier with an unofficial “Netflix Party” Google Chrome extension.
The Google Chrome extension, which has been available for a while now, is described as an add-on that “synchronizes video playback and adds a group chat to your favorite Netflix shows,” and is going viral as health officials call for social distancing due to the coronavirus.