Living with Yourself is a Paul Rudd starrer comedy series that was released on Netflix on October 18, 2019. The show is written and created by Timothy Greenberg. The first season of the show has eight episodes and each episode has a running time of 25 to 30 minutes. Living With Yourself is a short comedy series that you can enjoy binge-watching. The show is about a man who is disturbed by his dull life and lost his spark and wants things to turn around only to find a treatment that claims to make things better but ends up giving him a better version of himself. The plot of this show is something we had never seen before which makes it a hundred times more interesting. Here is what you need to know about Living With Yourself Season 2 Release Date.
Living With Yourself Season 2 Release Date
Living With Yourself is one of the most underrated Netflix series. But everyone who has watched it knows what gem of a series this one is. As the fans are waiting for season 2 to be released soon, the makers didn’t announce anything regarding the next season. The show is a Netflix original so renewing it is completely Netflix’s decision. Although, the makers of the show have shared that they had a lot in their mind to expand the franchise for a few more seasons when they were making the first one so Netflix should consider renewing the series soon. They also shared that the three main characters of the movie need a little more expansion and therefore more seasons would be a good idea to show the true potential of these characters.
One of the media houses has also revealed that the star of the series Paul Rudd signed the series for just one season so there isn’t any possibility for more seasons. It is also said that both the main actor’s Paul Rudd and Aisling Bea have extremely busy schedules with a lot of shoots lined up for them so it’s difficult to get them on board for another season especially when they were signed for only one season.
|Name Of The Show||Living With Yourself|
|Season Number||Season 2|
|Living With Yourself Season 1 Release Date||Octiber 18, 2019|
|Living With Yourself Season 2 Release Date||Not Announced|
Living With Yourself Cast
The hero of the series Paul Rudd is seen playing two characters in the film. One of his characters is Miles Elliot Clone, an unhappy man who dislikes his life and works as a copywriter at Pool Branding. Mile’s wife, Kate Elliot is played by Aisling Bea who is also an interior architect. Other actors who are seen in the supporting role involve Mile’s younger sister Maia played by Alia Shawkat, Mile’s coworker Dan played by Desmin Borges, Mile’s boss Lenore Pool played by Karen Pittman, receptionist of pool branding Kaylyn played by Zoe Chao, a top happy spa employee Right is played by James Seol.
Living With Yourself Season 2 Story
The story of Living With Yourself has everything from mind-blowing twists to the best humor. You name it and it has all. The first episode starts with Miles being portrayed as a very dull man who has lost spark in his marriage and life as well. He is hopeless and completely done with his life and doesn’t have any hope of his situation getting any better. But Miles is introduced to a secret treatment that claims that it will make things better in his life once he undergoes the treatment. As Miles signs up for the treatment only to realize that this treatment was nothing creating a second version of him which is more optimistic, bright, charming, and full of life.
Soon we see how this new version of Miles impresses his wife Kate, both of them match on a dating site and start having a serious affair where Kate is loving Mile’s new version but she soon finds out about everything and gets to know the truth, which is one of the biggest twists of the show. Miles is now frustrated with his new version, obviously because of what he did with his wife and old Miles is now planning to kill the new Miles. At the same time, New Miles is having suicidal thoughts to kill himself. The show is a complete roller coaster ride taking and a journey of self-discovery.
Where To Watch Living With Yourself Online?
As the series is a Netflix original it is only available on the Netflix app. You can subscribe to the one-month plan and binge-watch his humorous show.