She has been a regular contributor to the show for the last two years doing interviews, team changes and match previews.
The change is a significant shift from the male-bastion show, which begins its 21st season next week.
Executive producer Glenn Pallister told News Corp, “Erin’s insight & knowledge of the game combined with a wicked sense of humour makes her the perfect fit.”
Molan said, “It’s brilliant, I’m absolutely stoked.
“It’s nice to feel like I belong and I’m part of the family.
“I just want to work hard and prove myself. I love what I do and consider myself very lucky to have the job.
“Hopefully it’s going to be a lot of fun.”
The network has also signed up the Panthers’ new recruit Jamal Idris for regular appearances.