The comedy series follows the story of a young man named George Eliot who faces a bad life and a dilemma in his personal and professional life. With the passage of days, George is undergoing a new treatment to become a better person in his life but finds that he has been replaced by a new George. With that new character, George revealed that his worst enemy was already the same in his life.
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.
[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.