Paul Rudd's new Netflix sci-fi dram-edy looks at struggles in life

Lula Sharp
October 19, 2019

If we compare Paul Rudd's popularity to three months ago, they had an average popularity of 42.2, whereas now their average popularity over the last ten days is by that measure, Paul Rudd is getting more popular! He's not in trouble!

But ultimately, Living With Yourself doesn't have an urgent, must-see appeal.

Rudd is trending on Twitter specifically seems to be the result of a promotional appearance he made on the YouTube series Hot Ones, in which he eats some very, very spicy wings. "I just don't know why he did it".

Living with Yourself stars Paul Rudd and Aisling Bea discuss the wonders of "gee". This is a good idea for a show!

Before Rudd starts talking about his new shows, the comedic actor took us through the mental journey of walking out from behind the curtain on "Kimmel". Doubling the number of Rudds in your television program is a can't-lose proposition!

Miles Elliott (Rudd) is struggling in life and work until he undergoes a novel spa treatment that promises to make him a better person. The OG Miles appears to be suffering from depression, having little to no interest in his day-to-day life, or his wife, played by Aisling Bea. The new and improved Miles takes over his life while the original Miles is supposed to be dead and buried. And Kate finds this fresher, dewier Miles to be a happy reminder of the man she married.

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"I think maybe he was just a fan of Paul Rudd", Greenberg agreed. Miles has been cloned. So in the recent past, they were gathering the most attention on 2019-10-11 when they had a rank of 100.

Currently, Rudd has a few projects underway, including his new show "Living with Yourself" and a new "Ghostbusters".

It'd be easy to say that this is merely a two-hour movie stretched out to double-length as a Netflix series, and there are some loose ends, like Alia Shawkat criminally underused in a nothing role as Miles's sister.

Paul Rudd tackles existential questions in his sci-fi dramedy, Living With Yourself, which airs on Netflix from Friday.

Living with Yourself is out on Netflix today.

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