If you've never seen the Metallica-goes-through-therapy documentary Some Kind of Monster, I highly recommend giving it a watch, especially if you have any interest whatsoever regarding what kind of horrific, spoiled bitches rock stars can turn into once they've achieved unfathomable success. If you have seen Some Kind of Monster, then perhaps you'll appreciate the minor irony in the same premise of that documentary being developed into a sitcom, and by Dave Grohl, of all people.
Grohl is reportedly working as an executive producer on a new, as-yet-untitled series for FX about a monumentally popular rock band on the verge of collapse that seeks therapy as a last ditch effort to save their careers. Unfortunately, the therapist they find is a "misanthropic couple’s therapist on the verge of divorce," meaning, of course, that hilarious antics will ensue.
The aforementioned couple's therapist is likely to be played by former Simpsons and The Ben Stiller Show writer Dana Gould, who is also listed as a producer on the show. Gould's pretty well-known around most stand-up comedy enthusiast circles, but most of his television work has revolved around writing jobs and voice performances on animated series. This would mark his first starring role in quite a long time.
The idea of the show seems sound enough, though the whole Some Kind of Monster-as-comedy concept was already done pretty well in a couple of episodes of Metalocalypse. Still, with a force of rock-and-roll nature as powerful as Dave Grohl behind it, you can absolutely expect this show to get made and find its way to air. He's already willed himself into becoming the biggest alternative rock frontman working today after years as "the drummer from Nirvana." He'll be good and goddamned if you're going to stop him from becoming a TV producer because he suddenly feels like it.