The Super League Show is to get a late-night repeat across the United Kingdom on BBC Two.
The programme already goes out on the BBC across the north of England on Sunday lunchtimes and can also be viewed by people with a digital television.
But now all fans will get a chance to see it again on Sunday nights/Monday mornings from 17 February.
"This is an additional service for people who have told us they would like to watch it elsewhere in the UK," said BBC director of sport Roger Mosey.
"There is also an audience running into hundreds of thousands at that time of night, so we will be introducing new people to the sport."
Broadcast from BBC studios in Leeds, the show, which runs throughout the Super League season for 32 weeks, is also available online and on the iPlayer.
Presenter Harry Gration and regular studio guest Robbie Paul are joined each week by familiar faces from the world of rugby league to discuss the sport's big issues.
Dave Woods is the principal commentator on the best action from the week's games, plus there are features, analysis and debate on current issues in the sport.