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Trio of ABC Shows, Selena Gomez Nominated for Imagen Awards

"Castle," "Grey's Anatomy," "Private Practice" among nominees

“Castle,” “Chicago Fire,” “Dallas,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Private Practice” and “Switched at Birth” have earned nominations for top primetime program for the 28th annual Imagen Awards.

The kudos, honoring portrayals of Latinos and Latino cultures in television and film, will be held Aug. 16 at the Beverly Hilton. PBS SoCal will air an hourlong special at a later date.

Benjamin Bratt (“Private Practice”), Guillermo Diaz (“Scandal,” pictured), Jon Huertas (“Castle”) and Danny Pino (“Law & Order: SVU”) were nominated for top television actor, along with Sonia Braga (“Meddling Mom”), Selena Gomez (“The Wizards of Waverly Place: The Wizards Return”), Lana Parrilla (“Once Upon a Time”) and Monica Raymund (“Chicago Fire”) for smallscreen actress.

Nominations in the supporting categories included Kevin Alejandro (“Golden Boy”), Nestor Carbonell (“Bates Motel”), Carlos Gomez (“The Glades”), Joe Minoso (“Chicago Fire”), Oscar Nunez (“The Office”) and Jon Seda (“Treme”), along with Jordana Brewster and Julie Gonzalo (“Dallas”), Wanda De Jesus (“Sons of Anarchy”), Constance Marie (“Switched at Birth”), Aubrey Plaza (“Parks and Recreation”) and Gina Torres (“Suits”).

Feature film nominations went to “Bless Me, Ultima,” “Border Run,” “Dreamer,” “Tio Papi” and “Trouble in the Heights.” Eva Mendes (“The Place Beyond the Pines”) was among those to earn an acting nod.

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