WATCH: Paul Rudd sees double in ‘Living with Yourself’ trailer

/ 06:10 PM September 22, 2019

Paul Rudd stars in a new comedy entitled “Living With Yourself”, where he plays a man who finds himself confronted by his not-at-all-evil twin.

The official trailer for the new TV series was released on Netflix’s YouTube channel last Monday, Sept. 16.


In the clip, Rudd is seen as Miles, a man in the throes of an existential crisis. Torn between the desire to become someone better and the reality of such a process, Miles quickly becomes disenchanted.


After visiting an establishment promising to make him a better person, he finds himself replaced by his more successful double. Confronted with himself, Miles is going to have to assume the consequences of his actions while fighting to win back his wife Kate, who is played by Aisling Bea.

The eight-episode series is told from different points of view. Timothy Greenberg (“The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”) created and wrote the original comedy with the help of directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris (“Little Miss Sunshine”). Besides starring in the principal role, Rudd is also executive-producing the project.

Rudd previously played the role of Mike Hannigan in “Friends” between 2002 and 2004. He then held regular roles in “Reno 911!”, “Parks and Recreation” and “Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later”. RGA/JB


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