The Showtime drama "Homeland" follows a CIA agent hot on the trail of a suspected al Qaeda-like mole.
The show recently picked up four Emmys, including best drama and and best writing. Its two top stars — Claire Danes and Damian Lewis — won Best Actress and Best Actor.
Well, now, the show is making waves for something else: Worst portrayal of Beirut, according to the Lebanese government.
Tourism Minister, Fadi Abboud, says the government may sue the program for depicting Beirut's Hamra neighborhood as a hotbed of violence.
He said the program "does not portray the real image of Beirut," with its scenes of roaming militiamen and street fights.