The future is uncertain for Miles and his clone.
It's been almost a year since Living With Yourself premiered on Netflix, and fans have been eagerly awaiting its renewal.
The show starring Paul Rudd ended season 1 with an odd cliffhanger, leaving the audience with so many questions.
Will Miles and his clone come back for season 2? Let's find out.
As of this writing, Netflix is yet to confirm Living with Yourself for season 2. Don't worry because Netflix hasn't announced if they're canceling the show either. That gives fans 50/50 chance by now, and honestly, it's better than holding on to nothing.
It's also good to know that the show is still getting shout outs in social media even though it's been months since the show released on the streaming platform.
People are still eager to find out what's going to happen to Miles and his clone following a big revelation by the end of season 1.
can we get a living with yourself season 2— d (@daItoncsmith) July 13, 2020
there better be a living with yourself season 2. they can’t end it like they did and not continue it— Jordyn (@jordyn1023) July 14, 2020
Living With Yourself season 2 will surely be more intense. Season 1 introduced us to a very pessimistic and unhappy Miles Elliot, who, against better judgment, decides to risk his family savings to get a treatment from a spa that promises to improve his life.
He wakes up buried in a forest, digs his way out and went home, only to find out that he's been replaced by a clone.
The clone is a better version of Miles in all aspects. He's optimistic, he's driven, and he's affectionate on his wife, Kate.
As the show progresses, the secret about Mile's clone has been revealed, and the three of them came up with a living arrangement to put things in order.
However, things went awry, and Kate ended sleeping with Mile's clone.
Towards the end of season 1, Kate announced she is pregnant, and it would be impossible to know who among Miles and the clone is the father considering the two has the same DNA.
Season one ended with the Kate, Miles, and his clone sharing a hug. Does that mean they're ready to build a family together? But how awkward is that?
It would be ecstatic to get all the answers in season 2. If ever season 2 gets recommissioned, fans could expect hilarious moments between Miles and his clone as they try to raise the child. Will Miles still feel insecure with his clone who is better than him in so many ways? Our guess is yes.
The show has not secured a renewal yet. Hence there's still no release date available—season 1 released on October 18, 2019. We have three months left before the show officially celebrates its first year anniversary since release.
We're expecting to see major cast members reprise their roles. We're expecting to see Paul Rudd return as Miles Elliot/Miles Elliot's Clone, together with Aisling Bea as Kate Elliot, Miles's wife.
Standby for more updates soon.