Living with Yourself - Season 1
The comedy series tells of a young man named George Eliot who is facing a dilemma in his personal and professional life along the way. George lives with his life badly as he undergoes new treatment to become a better person. After taking the treatment, George discovered that he had been replaced by a new George and revealed that he was the enemy.
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New York Magazine/Vulture
October 15, 2019 Rudd is really good at being silly and goofy, but he resists the temptation to steer into that for Living With Yourself, which is much more dry and deadpan.Read in Source
Wall Street Journal
October 17, 2019 Not for nothing does "Living With Yourself" feel, at its best moments, like a sitcom, with all the energy and wild invention that comes with the genre.Read in Source
October 16, 2019 [Living with Yourself] takes a few episodes to warm up, and improves by the end of the series. But it never recovers enough to live up to the promise of its premise.Read in Source
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
October 17, 2019 Part of me hoped for Living With Yourself to go darker that it did and another part wanted it to be funnier, but like the clone characters themselves, the finished product gives us a bit of everything and it works.Read in Source
The Lamplight Review
October 15, 2019 Living with Yourself may not connect with everyone, but the series is well worth diving into if only for Paul Rudd's superb dual performance.Read in Source
October 16, 2019 One Paul Rudd is great, but twice Paul Rudd is even better. Ambitious, clever, dark & charming, Living With Yourself is one of the best shows of 2019. [Full review in Spanish]Read in Source
Sydney Morning Herald
October 17, 2019 Series creator Timothy Greenberg keeps things amusing as he deftly rotates perspectives, illuminating different facets of hope and disappointment. Worth checking out.Read in Source
October 17, 2019 Paul Rudd and Aisling Bea are an absolute delight together, 'Living with Yourself' is charming, funny and utterly bonkers enough at times to make it worth your time.Read in Source
October 17, 2019 It's proof that a show can be clever and fun, but still feel like it's lacking that something extra that takes a program from good to great.Read in Source
October 16, 2019 The ingredients are there, but the show never successfully puts them together.Read in Source
October 17, 2019 [It] needs to slow down and stretch for a bit, luxuriating in the ease of the idea. Instead it races into scenarios that feel forced. There's still a lot to like about the series and maybe it will work better as it gets comfortable in its own skin.Read in Source
Country: United States
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