This isn't a argument/debate about how well they handled the inclusion of continuity and serialization given the series' more episodic nature. It's about debunking the perception that there was no continuity or serialization at all.
Reading through some of the behind-the-scenes info on Memory Alpha does give you the impression that they were 'winging it' at times (more often than they probably should have), but, all things considered, the level of continuity and serialization that they achieved by 'winging it' is actually quite strong.
Your hypothesis is that with whatever unit you measure "continuity' with, is that Voyager had a greater quantity than zero?
I repeat, sorta, that Zero continuity is an anthology show like Twilight Zone.
That Kate Mulgrew played the same character almost (Workforce, The Killing Game, 11:59) every week, shows a greater amount of continuity every week than zero.
The unit of measurement for continuity is called an "Anal".