I'm looking forward to this.
Zero explicitly refers to themselves as nonbinary ("they"/"them"), and yes, Medusans "appeared" in TOS (where they were identified as unparalleled navigators that needed a handler to carry them around and could only be looked upon while wearing silly-looking visors.Zero seems like she could know what to do but she could be gleaning traits from everyone else. Or she's just not used to being so corporeal? I'm not a big Trek fan so I'm not familiar with Medusans other than I remember them existing in either TOS or TNG I believe.
That wouldn't explain Holo-Janeway. The only clue we have to a timeframe is from a behind-the-scenes interview months ago, which claimed to place the series in 2383 (five years after Voyager returned home in 2377 [for reference, the scout ships you're talking about wouldn't have been dispatched before 2374, as that's when Starfleet learned that Voyager still survived]), but that doesn't make any sense with what we've actually seen onscreen (Tellarites, Medusans, and Brikar in the Delta Quadrant, a "Tellarite" who seems to have more than a little Talaxian in his blood, and the Protostar having apparently been embedded inside a planetoid for at least 10 years [Gwyn had no idea it was here, and she's lived her whole life there, which means it must've arrived before she was old enough to remember anything, possibly even before she was born]). I and others are assuming we've been mislead (remember when they insisted that Bendybuss Cumbersome wasn't playing Khan?).So the Protostar is one of the two deep space exploration ships sent to the Delta Quadrant according to Voyager episode Lifeline?
For being the “kid-focused” series it’s surprisingly deep with lore, storylines, and character growth. First half of the finale was epic. Cannot wait for next week.I watch it every week. Best new Trek series hands down.