After achieving a good amount of success in its first season, Living Without Yourself is working on bringing up its second season this year.
The Netflix comedy series has been created and written by Timothy Greenberg. It premiered in the month of October 2019. Directed by Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris, the Netflix series received a lot of applause from the viewers all over the World. The filmmakers also worked in Little Miss Sunshine, Ruby Sparks and Battle of the Sexes. Now, they are waiting for season 2 to come over.
The season one featured Paul Rudd as Miles Elliot who is a middle-aged man. Rudd clones himself inadvertently in the series. It becomes harder for him as his real-life human and his double come face to face. The character seeks self-improvement while others look for living a normal life. Aisling Bea, the Irish writer cum comedian costars as his wife, Kate. In the first season, the supporting cast includes Desmin Borges, Alia Shawkat, Zoe Chao, and Karen Pittman.
Living With Yourself Season 2 Renewal
Netflix hasn’t yet asked Living with Yourself to bring its season 2 for the viewers, and probably won’t before early 2020. In general, as we all know, the streaming service typically waits for a few week’s time after new season premieres before making an official announcement about future plans. Living with Yourself season 1 came up on the 18th of October 2019 and we expect season 2 to come up at the same time this year. Since it takes less time to make 8episodes each playing for 30 minutes, it won’t take the team to bring in their second season. It is likely to see the 2nd season being launched on the 16th of October 2020.
Living With Yourself Season 2 Story
The season two will witness the conflict of a man and his clone sharing parental duties. For some fans, the current eight-episode arc may feel like a fitting conclusion.