O.J. Simpson, center, after being found not guilty of murder in the deaths of Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman. The court case is part of the documentary "O.J.: Made in AmericaWith an Academy Award nomination for documentary feature in hand, does this disqualify Ezra Edelman's&nbsp;epic, zeitgeist-capturing "O.J.: Made in America"&nbsp;from Emmy contention?Turns out it doesn't, and we could very well be hearing Edelman's name again when the Emmy nominations are announced this summer.Exploiting a loophole that makes any film that debuts in theaters eligible for Oscar recognition, ESPN Films premiered all 7 1/2 hours&nbsp;of Edeleman's film in theaters in May before its TV premiere in June.This isn't the first time a documentary has been eligible to double-dip. In 2014, Jehane Noujaim&rsquo;s"The Square" earned four Emmy nominations after being nominated for an Academy Award. Its eligibility for both was contingent upon "The Square" screening in theaters for no more than seven days and in no more than two cities, as stipulated by the TV Academy's rules.&nbsp;HBO Films' "Gasland" pulled off a similar feat in 2011, earning nominations at both the Oscars and the Emmys.One small challenge for "O.J.: Made in America," however, is that neither of the above films managed to win both awards. Still, after the many accolades it has earned up to this point, along with&nbsp;the dramatization "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story," would you bet against it?