Jason Smilovic


Biography, Latest News & Videos

VIDEO: Resolution

click to playclick to play
Paid | Amazon Instant Video
Length: 44:00
Aired: 8/13/2007

With Leo safely at home, King and Knapp set out to wrap up the loose ends that seem to connect Vance to the plot to frame King. However, as Atkins and Archer are also discussing how to expose Vance, something else entirely unfolds when Atkins stumbles onto an elaborate command post at Archer's home that has been used to track Leo Cain's kidnapping. But before he can ask any questions, Atkins is ambushed and killed by the crime's real mastermind - Agent Andy Archer. Meanwhile, though Knapp is certain that Vance is guilty, King isn't so sure. And as King presses Archer to contact Atkins, Turner tells Knapp of the connection between Leo's hospital stay and Kellog's prison pen pal, Emerson Jaynes. watch

VIDEO: Acknowledgement

click to playclick to play
Paid | Amazon Instant Video
Length: 44:00
Aired: 8/6/2007

Upon arriving in Mexico, Conrad is taken to meet the mercenary with whom Knapp has contracted for the firepower they need to find Leo. As King crosses the border, he gets word from Archer that not only has the trumped up case against him gained traction back home, but that the FBI has sent an agent to follow him. Meanwhile, after learning that Conrad's mistress, Claire Philips, has turned up dead, Archer gets Atkins to admit that he has been ordered to make a phony case against King. watch

VIDEO: Mutiny

click to playclick to play
Paid | Amazon Instant Video
Length: 43:00
Aired: 7/30/2007

Frustrated by blind alleys and dead suspects, Knapp is certain that gangster James Sullivan is connected to the kidnapping, while King's solution lies in a missing persons report for a pilot who he suspects was hired to take Leo Cain far from New York. King's hunch begins to bear fruit when the missing pilot's wife admits that her husband is a gambler who performed off-the-books assignments for quick cash. And when Turner uncovers offshore financial transactions that connect Sullivan and Conrad, Knapp enlists Senator Bill Ross to lift the veil of secrecy shielding the deals as he finds that Conrad has been secretly assembling money to ransom his son. watch


My Own Worst Enemy
Bionic Woman
Lucky Number Slevin [Lucky Number S7evin]

More Clips & Interviews

Lucky Number Slevin [HD]
Lucky Number Slevin [HD]
Lucky Number Slevin
Lucky Number Slevin

More Jason Smilovic Movies Videos

Henry and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
Love In All the Wrong Places
Down Rio Way
High Crimes and Turducken

More Jason Smilovic On TV Videos

TV Listings



Year Title Description
2008 My Own Worst Enemy TV Show Series, Creator
2008 My Own Worst Enemy TV Show Series, Executive Producer
2007 Bionic Woman TV Show Series, Executive Producer
2006 Kidnapped TV Show Series, Executive Producer
2006 Lucky Number Slevin Movie, Writer

More Credits (6)


The CW Gets Some Legal Aid

The CW has bought a legal dramedy, Deadline reports.

Legal Aid follows a first-year law associate whose life is upset when her father — a big TV star two decades ago — joins her firm. Jonathan Abrams is writing with Tyler Mitchell, Jason Smilovic, Sarah Timberman, Carl Beverly and Robert Luketic executive-producing. Luketic, (The Ugly Truth) will also direct the pilot.

read more

Christian Slater Spies NBC Spy Series

The star of such movies as Broken Arrow, Heathers and the one with the baboon heart may be headed to the smaller screen. Sources tell the Reporter that NBC is close to ordering a series starring Christian Slater as a suburban dad who comes to realize, Jekyll-and-Hyde style, that he possesses a secret alter ego who is a top-echelon spy. The as-yet-untitled drama (may I suggest "Mr. & Mr. Bourne"?) was first developed years ago for Fox by writer-producer Jason Smilovic (Kidnapped, Lucky Number Slevin), and would mark Slater's first regular TV series gig.What's your take? Actor with film cred meets promising premise? read more

New Heroes at NBC: Charming Chuck, Dark Bionic

The network of Heroes is going hero-crazy this fall. But two of NBC's more buzzed-about new genre series couldn’t be more different: a dark and disturbing "reimagining" of '70s superhero series Bionic Woman and the laugh-out-loud action-comedy Chuck, about a computer nerd whose brain is accidentally wired with government secrets, catapulting him into the spy game. Both were presented in back-to-back sessions at the TCA critics' press tour Tuesday morning.Of course, much of the latest Bionic buzz has focused on this week’s announcement that the ever-controversial Isaiah Washington is joining the show for an early five-episode arc as a mystery man brought into the secret bio-science organization that turned Jaime Sommers (Michelle Ryan in a new twist on the old Lindsay Wagner role) into a part-machine superhuman. It’s a casting stunt that at least a few journalists in the room feel could backfire. Executive producer Jason Smilovic defended the casting stunt by saying, &... read more

TV GUIDE Users' Most Popular