Katey Stoetzel

Katey Stoetzel is the TV Editor at The Young Folks and a TV and film critic across the internet. She is also the co-founder and TV editor of InBetweenDrafts. Her work has also been published in Currents, Impose, The Pitch, Film Daze, and other outlets. If it falls under science fiction, horror, or fantasy, Katey has probably written about it.

When she’s not writing, Katey is s not so patiently waiting for the Community movie, but until then, she’ll just keep talking about why Abed is the single best character in TV history.


'Fringe's Finest Hour Is Sci-Fi's Most Profound Exploration of Faith and Science

“I’ve asked God for a sign of forgiveness. A specific one, a white tulip.”


With “Peter,” 'Fringe' Proved Itself to Be More Than an 'X-Files' Knock-Off

“Peter” changed the way we saw Walter Bishop — and the show.

The Way

The Mandalorian Season 3 theories: 4 predictions for the Star Wars series

What’s next for Mando and Grogu?


Stranger Things Season 4 theories: 5 predictions for Netflix’s sci-fi series

We get double the dose of Stranger Things in 2022.

Toss a Coin

The Witcher Season 3 theories: 4 predictions for Netflix’s fantasy epic

The show may be called The Witcher, but it’s all about Ciri.

Dancing in the Moonlight

'Umbrella Academy' Season 3 theories: 5 predictions for the Netflix superhero show

Can't wait for 'Umbrella Academy' Season 3? Here's a refresher on the last two seasons, and what we can expect when the Netflix show returns this June.

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You need to watch the most innovative sci-fi mystery on Amazon Prime ASAP

Set in the 1890s, this film warns us that the miracles of science fiction won't always be what they seem. Watch it now on Amazon Prime.

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The Witcher Season 3 could change Netflix’s fantasy series in one historic way

The Witcher’s second season creates a stronger future for its characters.


Everything we know about The Witcher Season 3

What’s next for Geralt, Yennefer, and Ciri.

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'The Witcher' Season 2 gets bigger but not better

Netflix’s The Witcher introduces new monsters and mythology for a thrilling but unfocused second season.