Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The morbidly amusing British comedy series The Wolvis Family was presented in mock-documentary fashion. After their son inexplicably stops talking, the six members of the dysfunctional Wolvis family agree to participate in an extended group therapy session. However, it may have been a mistake for the Wolvises to submit to having their therapy televised by the BBC. Those who feel that The Osbournes is the ne plus ultra in airing one's dirty laundry in public are advised to seek out this fictional but disturbingly convincing six-part British endeavor. The Wolvis Family was seen from May 4 to June 8, 1991.