David Wiegand Keegan Deane is one of life's indefatigable losers. The fact that the guy can't catch a break, that his various addictions have left him deeply in debt and made for a lackluster legal career doesn't seem to faze him: If the definition of insanity is you-know-the-rest, Deane is off his rocker.
Conrad Walters This show couples Richard Roxburgh with tight writing – and just about every character in a skirt – to create one of television's most likeable unlovables.
Melinda Houston Three episodes in and an intelligent, dryly witty script is consistently entertaining, regardless of what outrage is taking place.
Louise Schwartzkoff From the first scene, when Richard Roxburgh steps out of a car and is beaten by a polite and apologetic stand-over man, it is clear the actor is in love with his role as the barrister-about-town, Cleaver Greene.
Louise Schwartzkoff Lawyers spend as much time in brothels as they do in court, husbands and wives cheat, and renowned economists hide cannibalistic yearnings.