Documentary about the making of a talk show that doesn't even exist.
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André Wickström ...
 Himself - Host 4 episodes, 2004
Jaakko Saariluoma ...
 Himself - Assistant Producer 4 episodes, 2004
Stan Saanila ...
 Himself - Writer 4 episodes, 2004
Zarkus Poussa ...
 Himself - Music Director 4 episodes, 2004
Kiti Samulin ...
 Herself - Stylist 4 episodes, 2004
Ruben Stiller ...
Wallu Valpio ...
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Documentary about the making of a talk show that doesn't even exist.

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A hilarious mockumentary-turned-sitcom - and a Finnish one, too!
30 January 2005 | by (Finland) – See all my reviews

(The audience for this comment is very tiny but I'll go ahead anyway.)

I'm rather lucky having not watched the very first episode of "W-tyyli" when it was first shown. They reran it after I'd become a regular watcher and after they'd dropped the fake-documentary aspects, and I remember that it was a show that would've perhaps caused my missing this show from that moment on - a show which currently is the best thing on Finnish TV.

The show has now developed its own little catchphrases and situations that occur in every programme. The variations of these are always something to look forward to. The story lines can sometimes be even a bit predictable, but who's to say that's a bad thing?

The cast is, simply put, excellent. Its brightest star to me is Jaakko Saariluoma who plays the producer ("Kattöpulssit") marvellously. The rest are almost equally good.

"W-tyyli" is disliked if not ignored by the general Finnish public. I don't know whether it's that they don't "get" it or that they find the cast annoying or what, but luckily, the show is now starting to get the critical praise that is due. I hope it'll have a great, long run. It's been extraordinary so far.


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