Erotic-thriller podcast Quickie PH concluded its third season with ‘Thirsty Listeners’ Stories #40′ while season 4 is already underway.
Since its debut in February 2020, Quickie PH gave one advise to its listeners: ‘Don’t listen to the show while you’re on loudspeaker.’ This is because this podcast’s narratives can get really explicit and creepy sometimes.
Quickie PH is a podcast that narrates Filipino erotic-thriller short stories. It has been with the network since its debut in 2020.
It concluded its third season with Thirsty Listeners’ Stories #40 which was released last September 30, 2021.
In an exclusive interview with Podcast Network Asia, the Quickie PH host—whose pronouns are they/them—shared that they draw inspiration from their favorite movies, comics, and current events. On top of that, they also often draw inspiration from their personal struggles of being gay.
“Para sa akin yung mga kwento ko sa Quickie PH season 1 to season 3, para siyang layers ng pagkatao ko na dahan-dahan kong pini-peel at ibinabahagi sa kung sino mang nais marinig ‘yun,” they shared.
[For me, my stories in ‘Quickie PH’ seasons 1 through 3, they are like layers of my personality that I slowly peel and share to those who want to listen.]
Quickie PH appreciates all the feedback from their listeners saying that they can relate to the stories on their episodes.
“Nafe-feel ko na di ako nag-iisa at mas na-appreciate ko ‘yung kahalagahan ng pagkakaroon ng space for erotic expression,” they shared.
[I feel that I am not alone and I better appreciate the importance of having a space for erotic expression.]
We asked Quickie PH about who they would love to collaborate with. On their list are Pechay Show, Stories I Wish You Heard, and Bern from Tsaastrology. They also have some celebrities in mind like Iyah Mina, Kokoy De Santos, Elijah Canlas, Paolo Pangilinan, and more. They noted that they are open to collaborating with the people on this list if they are willing given the nature of the show.
Season 3 Recap, Season 4 Plans
Quickie PH Season 3 had 14 episodes, with 6 original episodes and 8 Thirsty Listeners Stories.
During this season, Quickie PH collaborated with Earl Jerico from Philippine Campfire Stories on S3E5: Paano ko sasabihin?
Philippine Campfire Stories is a podcast about myths, legends, and true horror from the Philippines, narrated in Filipino.
Quickie PH also collaborated with Godless Longganisa on S3E4: Sana Makarating.
As the season ended, the Quickie PH host also shared that season 4 is already underway.
They have been recording their fourth season already. The show will return in October 2021, just in time for Halloween. Besides their standard Filipino narrative episodes, Thirsty Listener Stories will also return in the fourth season. Fans may keep sending their ‘thirsty’ stories to email@example.com.
Check out Quickie PH on Spotify, Apple Podcast, or wherever you listen to your podcast.