Similar strategy from FOX - almost like last year; the only difference being a new lineup on Friday nights as of November.
Having said that, their schedule will be heavily impacted again in October thanks to the MLB playoffs (this year, they have the ALCS) and of course, the World Series, although some shows will be pre-empted more than others.
If you go to the link below, it appears that FOX has already mapped out how they plan to run their schedule for the month.
Mondays: Bones and Sleepy Hollow begin on September 16 and will run six weeks of original episodes through October 21. The only pre-emption would be on October 28 if Game 5 of the World Series were to take place. Then, Almost Human replaces Bones on November 4. I think FOX wanted to make sure that there very minimal interruptions on this night, to ensure a smooth transition of Bones' move from Mondays to Fridays. Subsequently, Global won't have to make any major changes save for that one week.
Tuesdays: The new lineup of Dads, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, New Girl and The Mindy Project kicks off on September 17, getting a head start of premiere week. FOX is expecting no interruptions here, with no games being scheduled on Tuesdays throughout the month of October (barring any unexpected developments or postponements). Possibly, the sitcoms may be pre-empted one week for a bonus episode of The X Factor towards the end of the auditions phase. As City owns the Canadian rights to these shows, there's little impact - they always have bench comedies and Murdoch Mysteries reruns to fill in the gaps whereever they cannot simsub.
Wednesdays: With The X Factor returning on September 11, that will give at least a continuous run of five weeks before going on the shelf for at least two weeks. It is scheduled for pre-emption on October 16 for Game 4 of the ALCS and then again on October 23 for Game 1 of the World Series. The date for its return at the earliest would be October 30, if it ends within five games or less. As we already know, the show is moving to CTV Two this fall.
Thursdays: The X Factor returns on September 12 while Glee enters its new season on September 19. Once baseball rolls around, there's Game 5 of the ALCS (if necessary) on October 17, Game 2 of the World Series on October 24 and if it reaches seven games, another one on October 31. Global has its new NBC comedies Sean Saves the World and The Michael J. Fox Show to step in for Glee at this time, while CTV Two may have room for bench programming like CW shows that don't have a regular spot on their schedule.
Fridays: Like Tuesdays, FOX does not have any games scheduled here. They plan on running Junior Masterchef (airing on CTV in Canada) for six weeks starting on September 27, alongside Sleepy Hollow encores. After baseball, it all changes with Bones leading off the night, alongside Raising Hope and newcomer Enlisted on November 8.
Saturdays: FOX has gone all sports here, so no major program interruptions except for their late-night block (11pm-midnight) which will be subjected to delays depending on how long the games run in the evening.
Sundays: The Animation Domination lineup returns on September 29. After two weeks, it gets bumped for Game 2 of the ALCS on October 13, and if necessary, Game 7 on October 20. Then again on October 27 for Game 4 of the World Series.
Overall, assuming that FOX sticks with this scenario, there will be no impact on Tuesdays and Fridays, while being very minimal on Mondays. On the other hand, shows like The X Factor (Wednesdays/Thursdays), Glee (Thursdays) and the entire Sunday Animation Domination lineup will be heavily impacted the most, as they could be off the schedule for as long as three weeks.