First things first, you need to change your Netflix password. Today. Multiple websites and media outlets this week reported that stolen user data for the popular streaming site is being sold on the black market. It's not so much that people can see your viewing habits or binge-watch Bojack Horseman without having to turn to torrents, it's that your account information is valuable to them, and potentially damaging to you. When the bad guys have your email address and an active password, there's a chance the same log-in details will work on other sites. The same goes for anyone who has (obviously accidentally) downloaded malware by visiting the kind of sites where you spend ten minutes closing boxes, blocking pop-ups and shouting at the MacKeeper guy. Get changing, and get changing now. When that's done, you can safely feast on possibly the best weekly offering from Netflix in 2016. Obviously, Better Call Saul is back, and for one reason or another it's not quite the show you remember, and Judd Apatow is also back on the small screen, as the creator and executive producer of a two-season order from Netflix for his romantic comedy. Meanwhile, a YouTube sensation documents his life as he tours the world, Quentin Tarantino's uber-violent take on the 60s Spaghetti Westerns rides into town and saddles its horse at your door, and a movie once so criminally-overlooked at the Oscars it beggars belief, is finally on its way to your living room. Put all of that together, along with another instalment of cringe-worthy Jackass fun, and your essential viewing is sorted for the next seven days.