At this point, I've watched several Hunchback adaptations ('39, '56, '77, Disney's '96, '97) and personally, I've got to say that this version is my favorite, mostly due to Derek Jacobi as Frollo. First off, I have to give a nod to the producers for keeping Frollo a priest in this movie, but even more so, I love how much more the audience is able to see the character's inner conflict. Jacobi is the most expressive and sympathetic Frollo I've seen yet, giving this movie a huge boost in my opinion as the tragic archdeacon is the first and foremost reason why I love this story. Besides this, Anthony Hopkins also plays as one of the better Quasimodos (I will admit though that his character's costume is ridiculous) and the rest of the cast are solid, although nothing to rave over. The narrative was relatively good (though the ending was disappointing) and flowed well, the visuals pretty rather than stunning, and the costumes (usually) wonderful.
Overall, I would say this TV production is a solid film that stands apart from others due to Derek Jacobi's stunning performance. Not the closest book-to-movie adaptation, but a compelling tale nonetheless.