It’s time to put the creator before the horse. Netflix’s animated sad-com BoJack Horseman has been picked up for a third season, which should make its talkative auteur, Raphael Bob-Waksberg, ecstatic. But that wouldn’t fit his gloomy, eccentric world view. The 31-year-old comedian with a sketch-comedy background dabbles in genres, like anonymous Twitter accounts and parodies of Craigslist, and he’s pushed for women writers, staying true to his feminist San Francisco roots. This horse is going places, as long as he can keep it dark in the spotlight’s glare.