Yes, although the most spectacular was the first one (1419), sequels did not reach the same success. During the second one (1483) only the already dead bodies of the aldermen were thrown out of the windows and the last defenestration in 1618 was completely in vain (the defenestrated regents survived) and therefore, as it is said in one comic theatre play, the show "utterly dissatisfied the spectators".I am now eagerly awaiting a tv-show about the Přemyslid dynasty. Despite not being British I am a bit of a British 'old' history nerd (I know my Bede) but actually any pre- or mediaeval history is welcome. Especially if it's less well-known (I do know about the Czech 'habit' to throw officials one is dissatisfied with out of the window, there were three of those occurrences, but they took place much and much later). Thank you @flanker. This bit of Czech history is warmly welcomed!