13th ALMA Awards
The 13th ALMA Awards honors the accomplishments made by Hispanics in film, television, and music in 2011. The awards were taped on September 16, 2012 at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium for broadcast on NBC on September 21, 2012. The show was co-hosted by Eva Longoria and George Lopez, marking their third consecutive year as hosts. The awards ceremony was sponsored by the National Council of La Raza.
Jennifer Lopez had nominations in all three media formats: Favorite Movie Actress Comedy/Musical; Favorite TV Reality, Variety, or Comedy Personality or Act; and Favorite Female Music Artist. Naya Rivera won one of her nominations: Favorite Female Music Artist. Actress Victoria Justice won as Favorite TV Actress Comedy. The film Savages had four overall nominations in the Favorite Acting categories, while the films The Way and Cristiada (For Greater Glory) had three overall nominations, including Favorite Movie, which was won by triple-nominee Girl in Progress.
Winners and nominees
The following is a list of the 65 nominees from film, television, and music. Winners are listed first and highlighted in bold:
|Favorite Movie||Favorite Movie Actor|
|Favorite Movie Actress Drama/Adventure||Favorite Movie Actress Comedy/Musical|
|Favorite Movie Actor Supporting Role||Favorite Movie Actress Supporting Role|
|Favorite TV Reality, Variety, or Comedy Personality or Act||Favorite TV Actor|
|Favorite TV Actress Drama||Favorite TV Actress Comedy|
|Favorite TV Actor Supporting Role in a Drama||Favorite TV Actor Supporting Role in a Comedy|
|Favorite TV Actress Supporting Role|
|Favorite Male Music Artist||Favorite Female Music Artist|
Televised ceremony ratings
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