‘Living With Yourself’ Season 1: Netflix Release Date, Plot, Cast & Trailer

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Returning to Netflix once again is the immortal Paul Rudd. This time we’re getting double the Rudd in potentially his funniest Netflix Original role to date. We have everything you need to know on Living With Yourself, including the Netflix release date, plot, cast & trailer. 

Living With Yourself is an upcoming Netflix Original comedy series created by Timothy Greenberg. The series directing duties have been shared between Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris. With the series starring Paul Rudd, this will be the actor’s 6th Netflix Original, the first being The Fundamentals of Caring.

What is the plot of Living With Yourself?

Heading to an impasse in his life both personally and professionally, George Elliot is burned out. To become a better person, George undergoes an experimental treatment, only to find that he’s been replaced by himself, but by a new and improved version. As his friends and family bond towards the new George, the original soon begins to realize he’s his own worst enemy.

Who is in the cast of Living With Yourself?

The following cast members have been confirmed for Living With Yourself:

Role Cast Member Where Have I Seen/Heard Them Before?
George Elliot Paul Rudd Ant-Man | I Love You, Man | Avengers: Endgame
TBA Aisling Bea This Way Up | Hard Sun | Bullet to the Heart
Dan Desmin Borges Private Life | You’re the Worst | Preacher
Lenore Pool Karen Pittman The Blacklist | Luke Cage | The Americans
Kaylyn Zoe Chao Where’d You Go, Bernadette | Strangers | The Comeback
Jerry Joseph Bessette Reunion | Brown Nation | The Perfect Murder
Margaret Eden Malyn Orange is the New Black | The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel | American Horror Story

When and where did production take place for Living With Yourself?

Production took place at the latter end of 2018 with filming taking place from October 17th and concluding in February of 2019.

As for where the series was filmed, that information hasn’t been disclosed.

Are there any images or stills for Living With Yourself?

All images are courtesy of Likely Story and Jax Media

How many episodes will Living With Yourself air?

It has been confirmed that the first season will be arriving with 8 episodes.

What are the episode run times?

At the time of writing, there’s no confirmation on the episode run times. We’re speculating that each episode will be approximately thirty to forty minutes long.

Will Living With Yourself be available to stream in 4K?

There’s no confirmation as of yet but we fully expect Living With Yourself to be available to stream in 4K.

Netflix has made a great effort to improve the number of titles within their 4K library.

Has Netflix released a trailer for Living With Yourself?

A trailer for Living With Yourself has landed!

When is the release date of Living With Yourself?

Living With Yourself is arriving on Netflix on Friday the 18th of October.

Will Living With Yourself be available to stream in my region?

All the regions with Netflix will be available to stream In the Living With Yourself.

What time will Living With Yourself be available to stream in my region?

The following table below are the times that Living With Yourself will be available to stream in the different regions across the world:

Time Zone Time available to stream
Pacific Standard Time 12:00 AM
Mountain Standard Time 1:00 AM
Central Standard Time 2:00 AM
Eastern Standard Time 3:00 AM
British Summer Time 8:00 AM
Central European Time 9:00 AM
Eastern European Time 10:00 AM
India Standard Time 12:30 PM
Japan Standard Time 16:00 PM
Australian Eastern Time 18:00 PM
New Zealand Day Light Time 20:00 PM

Netflix releases all of its latest titles from Midnight PST (Pacific Standard Time). This means for anyone living in regions the other side of the world have to wait until the evening before titles are available to stream.

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Jacob joined What's on Netflix in 2018 as a fulltime writer having worked in numerous other industries until that point. Jacob covers all things Netflix whether that's TV or movies but specializes in covering new anime and K-dramas. Resides in Norwich in the United Kingdom.