Katie Nolan is receiving a reboot at ESPN.
In its continuing effort to find the right fit for Nolan, who was a multimillion dollar signing in 2017, her weekly show is being moved to a late-night slot on ESPN2, The Post has learned.
Nolan has been an enigma for ESPN executives since she was signed two years ago to a contract that pays her around $1.3 million per year, according to sources.
After not doing much for the first year of her deal, she has headed a program called “Always Late with Katie Nolan” on the network’s relatively new direct-to-consumer service, ESPN+. After 12 months, ESPN is trying a different tack for Nolan as her show didn’t find much viewership, according to sources, as ESPN doesn’t release numbers on individual programs.