38. The Far Pavilions (1984)
The Far Pavilions was the first miniseries released by HBO, and it shows just how unrefined the network was in those early days. The story of a soldier who has fallen in love with an Indian princess (the very non-Indian Amy Irving), The Far Pavilions works as an ill-advised lesson on how not to pace a story and not much else.
Long, meandering and weirdly undeveloped in terms of character and setting, the miniseries is a sloppy attempt at romantic drama that only ranks higher than The Casual Vacancy because it has brief splashes of semi-decent cinematography.