Dana Gould, Dave Grohl making FX rock band sitcom

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Comedian Dana Gould, whose last big TV project was the 2010 ABC pilot Nolan Knows Best (yeah, remember that? We don't, either), is such a fan of Foo Fighters' singer Dave Grohl, he decided to make a show with the musician. Maybe Dana was a Nirvana fan, too.

Deadline.com says Gould will also write and produce the comedy, which is about a rock band about to make it big, and is also about to break up, so the members all start going to therapy. The show is being developed by FX, which already shows the hilarious and mean-spirited It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, so you know that's a Juice* favorite.

The site says Gould asked Grohl to be executive producer with a few other people because hey, Dave's a funny guy, right? Plus, he has oodles of cash. Gould will figure this one out in between bouts of writing the movie Moon People for Sony Pictures, for which he likely is seeking collaboration with Slash.

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