Dave Grohl and His Mom Are Getting Their Own TV Show

Their 'From Cradle to Stage' will join the return of 'MTV's Unplugged' and 'Yo! MTV Raps' at Paramount+
Dave Grohl and His Mom Are Getting Their Own TV Show
Beloved Nirvana drummer and Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl is coming back to the small screen with a new TV series — and this time he's bringing along his mom.

Today Grohl and his mother Virginia Hanlon Grohl announced they are doing a new non-scripted series for the new Paramount+ streaming service based on her book From Cradle to the Stage. It will be a six-part series and directed by Dave Grohl himself.

The upcoming series promises to tell stories about the special relationships between successful musicians and their moms, with each episode featuring a famous performer and their mom alongside Grohl and his.

The show is being developed by Live Nation Productions and Endeavor Content.

While we haven't yet heard which celebrity musicians will appear on the show, Virginia Hanlon Grohl's book From Cradle to Stage: Stories from the Mothers Who Rocked and Raised Rock Stars featured stories from the mothers of artists like Michael Stipe, Dr. Dre and Amy Winehouse.

Alongside the announcement today at the Paramount+ launch event, Chris McCarthy, president of MTV Entertainment Group, revealed they are also bringing back MTV's Unplugged and Yo! MTV Raps, as well as the previously announced return of Behind the Music.