Trailer for Living With Yourself

New Netflix comedy with Paul Rudd, Aisling Bea... and Paul Rudd

Netflix has released the trailer for its new comedy Living With Yourself, starring Paul Rudd and Aisling Bea.

In his first TV starring role, the Ant-Man star plays a man having a mid-life crises, who undergoes an experimental treatment to create a virtual clone who's a better version of himself.

But the two personalities must then battle for his wife (Bea), his career and his identity.

The eight-episode series was created by Timothy Greenberg, who previously worked on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

Living With Yourself launches globally on Netflix on October 18.

Bea's 15-minute stand-up set is available on the streaming service as part of its Comedy Lineup series, and last year she appeared in the NBC sitcom I Feel Bad.

Published: 17 Sep 2019

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