This Wednesday, as you read this week's edition of Boise Weekly, we'll be busy filming the third episode of ETV. That's right: filming. Two weeks ago, Boise Weekly, Channel 2 and Citadel Broadcasting launched the first episode of ETV, the valley's only locally produced show dedicated solely to local entertainment. BW's Arts and Entertainment Editor Amy Atkins and Channel 2's Sean McBride join host Brad Rowen weekly for a weekend update on what's happening in Boise and beyond. McBride kicks things off with a look at weekend theater on both the silver screen and the stage. "Sean the Movie Guy," as McBride is known, reviews the weekend's opening movies and then switches gears into local theater with updates on what's opening and what's closing on the stage. From there, Atkins covers everything from the fine-arts stages to the comedy circuit and the rec scene to G-rated family fun, delivering a rundown of what should be getting you off your couch and out of your house every weekend. Covering the live music beat with concerts big and small, bands touring and local, is a different personality each week from one of Citadel's stations. Last week, Magic 93.1's DJ David Dickman enlightened audiences with the history of rapid-fire rapper and beat boxer Yoni, Rowen got the scoop on this year's Banff Mountain Film Festival from Dave Fotsch, and because life's not all fun and games, Sara Freeman from the American Heart Association sat down with Rowen to talk about the fact that heart disease is the leading killer of women in America.