ESPN is giving up on reruns of “The O’Reilly Factor,” which was broadcast from 1992 to 2000, the company announced Tuesday.
For years, viewers who wanted to watch the show were forced to resort to a combination of the online version and the cable channel.
“We’re thrilled to see the success of ‘The O’, but we have seen a surge in the number of people searching for new content to watch,” ESPN president David Levy said in a statement.
A new online service, ESPN+ , was launched in late 2015.
The company said it was the most popular online sports channel among sports fans.
Sports-related programming on the platform has expanded to include documentaries, documentaries and sports-themed specials.
ESPN is also building a new studio in Los Angeles to broadcast live and taped programming, and is bringing on talent from its international networks and other companies.