Amazon Prime Video is offering $40,000 ‘dream job’ for watching TV and movies

Have you ever wished you could get paid to lounge around in front of the TV? A major streaming service is offering thousands of dollars to a lucky candidate to do just that.

Prime Video Australia is looking for a “Prime Video Buff” to stream its content over the summer and recommend its favorites to Australians.

“Actually do what you do anyway – but you earn money for it,” says the job advertisement.

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“If you live for the latest series, love a shameless rom-com and blockbuster hits, or eat spaghetti westerns for breakfast, then we want you.”

The selected candidate will receive up to $40,000 for the three-month stay, which Prime says is designed to help Australian audiences choose what content to watch.

New national research conducted for the streaming platform found the average Australian watched 67 films and TV series this year alone.

The study also found that while 46 percent of respondents like AI to recommend content to them, 64 percent prefer it and rely on word of mouth when tackling the task of choosing a movie or TV show.

Amazon Prime is offering thousands of dollars to one lucky candidate to watch TV. file image. Recognition: Cyano66/Getty Images/iStockphoto

TV host and podcaster Osher Gunsberg is helping recruit for the position, which he says needs someone who “needs to enjoy the thrill of exploring new genres and is an expert in all things pop culture with TV and film knowledge.”

Hushidar Kharas, head of Prime Video Australia and New Zealand, said the platform knows Australians love content, but choosing what to watch can be difficult.

“The Prime Video Buff reel was created to help our customers discover something new,” said Kharas.

“We’re looking for someone who lives and breathes entertainment to help clients find new content and genres they wouldn’t normally choose.

“We see this as a real opportunity to discover new entertainment talent while helping our customers unlock new TV shows and movies.”

Other job perks include access to red carpet events, working from home, and a “fancy Prime Video buff chair.”

Applications can be submitted at

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James Brien

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