Sunday, 9.30pm, Seven It’s impossible to know what disgraced Melbourne lawyer Andrew Fraser, on whose life this 10-part underworld tragedy is based, thought when he agreed to this true-crime series. Maybe he believed it would redeem him. It certainly pulls no punches and it was a compelling triumph for pay-TV channel TV1, for which it was originally commissioned. Fraser may be a little disappointed at the tumble-dry he receives but is probably still fascinated by the result if he’s not tired of the re-runs. Tough writing holds little back while David Wenham, who plays the former hotshot lawyer, is scathingly convincing. It’s the second episode this week and we are enveloped in a world of insecurity, doubt, accident, corruption, amorality, suddenly vanishing alliances and murder. It’s horrifying and hilarious at the same time, and quite hypnotic. The acting is fierce and compelling not only from Wenham but from a large ensemble of veterans including Kris McQuade, Kerry Walker, Colin Friels, Malcolm Kennard and Richard Cawthorne.