Alyssa Rosenberg is the culture critic at ThinkProgress. She is a columnist for Slate's Double X, and a correspondent for The Atlantic. Her work appears at


Homeland’s war may be hotter than the Cold War in FX’s The Americans, but Showtime’s spy drama, which returns for a third season this fall, could learn a few lessons from the latter.


The Invisible War casts a harsh light on the sexual assault epidemic in the military. The film’s director, Kirby Dick, on how it is changing the military and culture at large.


Girls is back, and so is Hannah’s haphazard fashion sense. Ahead of Sunday’s Season 2 premiere, Alyssa Rosenberg talks to Girls costume designer Jennifer Rogien about the characters’ evolving styles and how their wardrobes match their outlooks and body issues. WARNING: Minor spoilers ahead!