Originally aired by HBO in the mid-1980s, the TV-series has apparently never been released in its complete form on any home-video format as of yet (May 2020). However, a cut-down 2-hour version featuring mostly clips from four episodes has been released on VHS, Laserdisc, and DVD, as a "movie", with chopped-up credits from the show before and after the feature, showing partial cast and production crew, but unfortunately not all are credited.
From summer reads to classic works of fiction, here are some of our most anticipated book-to-screen adaptations on the horizon.
It's not too late to join in the conversation on the buzzworthy shows that IMDb users can't get enough of. Catch up with our recommendations.