ESPN is planning to stay up late.
The network is developing a late night talk show to air on its sister channel, ESPN 2.
The show, according to officials, would be more of a cross between talk radio and "SportsCenter" than "The Tonight Show."
"It would be tomorrow's sports talk - tonight," a spokesman said, declining to provide further information citing the network's policy of not discussing shows in development.
ESPN sources note that the show is still in its earliest stages - although executives did tease the show to potential advertisers last May during the network's "Upfront" presentation.