Hall, 24, made the cross-city switch from Hull FC in 2010, and has become a first regular at Craven Park, making 18 appearances this term.
He said: “I’m really pleased, I think things have gone really well this season.
“The club wanted to extend the contract and I couldn’t be happier. I think I’ve really matured this year and I wanted to keep working with Craig Sandercock.”
Hall scored 47 tries in 77 appearances for the Airlie Birds, before moving to Rovers, and averages a try every other game for the red and whites.