Our very own Avenger “Ant-Man” had joined a comedy yet dark series in the earlier decade of his life where not only one form of himself was not enough to keep the show going, he had two of himself. Hilariously depicts the dual side of a single person where one side is always wrestling with another in a spotlight.
This seems quite interesting, don’t you think, guys? Is this a dream or an alien? All these are not the main theme here. Human cloning, the immerging concept of the new sci-fi movies, appears like a cash-making machine. The role demanded the subtle elements of two different major emotions, which came through Paul Rudd like an arrow on a target.
Is Living With Yourself Season 2 Release Date confirmed?
LIving with yourself, created by Timothy Greenberg, was first given a green signal by IFC in February of 2017 and was later shifted to Netflix on August 10, 2018. The platform demanded an eight-episode series where fewer episodes meant longer duration + maximum extraction of emotions in the mean amount of time. Unfortunately, Netflix and Greenberg have yet to release no formal statements regarding the Living with yourself Season 2 Release date, leaving us all in dismay for a little longer.
Living With Yourself Cast Details
Main leads who are sure shot coming back as Living with Yourself Season 2 Cast.
- Paul Rudd as Miles Elliot/Miles Elliot clone, a copywriter at Pool Branding who is unhappy with his life and his more optimistic clone.
- Aisling Bea as Kate Elliot, Miles’s wife, an interior architect.
Supporting roles, we can hope to see again
- Alia Shawkat as Maia, Miles’s younger half-sister
- Desmin Borges as Dan, Miles’s co-worker
- Karen Pittman as Lenore Pool, Miles’s boss
- Zoe Chao as Kaylyn, a receptionist at Pool Branding
- Rob Yang as Left/Yongsu, a Top Happy Spa employee
- James Seol as Right/Jung-Ho, a Top Happy Spa employee
Living With Yourself Season 2 Trailer
There have not been any Official Living With Yourself Season 2 Trailer from the production house and makers, but some more pointers are claiming it will land sooner than we are least expecting. Unfortunately, Greenberg never canceled the series officially, and the series seemed to have a bit of a cliffhanger here and there, leaving suspensions higher than ever.
Living With Yourself Season 2 Storyline
How easy it would have been if we all felt happier and better with just an appointment in a spa or how wonderful it has been to forget all the worries and frustrations with just a miraculous treatment that seems like divine nectar. This is what the Living with yourself Season 2 Storyline is about.
The comedy series takes a sci-fi turn when the male protagonist Miles, after visiting a special kind of therapy session, discovers himself to be buried underground literally, with all the negative emotions within, and a better version of him is living the life he once had with a bigger smile. However, the difference in their approaches is noticeable that the reality seems to be more fake.
While the people he usually is surrounded by start to suspect a mishap, Miles is wrestling to implant both versions of himself in their lives. Many even start making assumptions about him having personality disorders and a self-proclaimed tumor, which seems funny.
Will the truth come into the spotlight? Will Miles be okay with the reality of the situation? We shall be up for the next season to come across the answers.
Living With Yourself Season 2 Renewal status
We have some good news for the Renewal status of Living with Yourself season 2. Timothy Greenberg mentioned that he is pretty charged up to bring up the new season in the interview, although he didn’t mention the dates.
He said that he wanted to shock the audience with a dark twist at the climax, which he just went on with a cliffhanger. Moreover, he can keep that twist for the introductory portion of season two.
So, we can predict that the scriptwriting is already done, but when the production starts or has started already is a total secret that is yet to be uncovered.
The series is a mere reflection of 1 percent of what can be the reality in a world where we have to live with our faults, our personality, our habits, and cope with ourselves. Rather than tolerating somebody, tolerating ourselves will become a burden on our lives.
To come out of the never-ending loop of this whirlpool, one should be able to accept things as they are – the sweet and simple message given by the story. Being comfortable in your skin is the Mantra here.