The best time slots for television can be divided by who is at home watching television. The morning hours belong to many women who stay at home and keep their children, or those who choose to take care of their family. There are talk shows on from about seven in the morning to ten, and then there are shows that teach viewers how to cook, or make things at home. The lunch hour is great to catch up on the news that has happened so far during the day. People who are at work and have a spare moment can watch a news show on almost any television channel. After the lunch rush ends, the cartoon-filled afternoon begins. Children who are not in school have several options when it comes to what cartoons they want to watch. Many of the cartoons that are shown during the day are educational. One of the popular time slots for the evening hours is seven to eight. This is when the family is winding down for the night, and many of the family shows come on television. There are also family game shows on at this time. Saturday mornings are still famous for cartoons, and Sunday mornings focus more on worship services or political shows.