Dave Grohl Developing Sitcom For FX
Dave Grohl has already proven his skill behind the drum kit, microphone, and guitar, now there are reports that the lead Foo Fighter is developing a sitcom for FX. Is there anything Dave Grohl can’t do? No seriously, that’s not a rhetorical question.
Dave Grohl has already proven that he has a knack for comedy. Whether it be in the hilarious Foo Fighters music videos, interviews, or just comments between songs at a concert — Dave always manages to get a laugh out of us (see examples below). According to Deadline, he’ll now be applying his comedic prowess to an in-development sitcom for the FX network.
Comedian and former ‘The Simpsons’ writer Dana Gould approached Grohl to collaborate on his upcoming comedy that will center on a major rock band who enters therapy in a final attempt to avoid breaking up — think Metallica’s ‘Some Kind of Monster’ but funny and watchable. Gould will write and star in the sitcom and Grohl has boarded the project as an executive producer.
Dave is also working on a documentary about the ill-fated yet legendary Sound City Studios — the project has brought about several musical collaborations between Grohl and members of Ratt, Cheap Trick, REO Speedwagon, as well as Corey Taylor of Slipknot/Stone Sour.
Dave Grohl Being Funny