It got high ratings on Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic. But low reviews on IMDb.
It's a remake of the original "Gloria". It has an all star cast. Julianne Moore, John Tuturro, Michael Cerra, Brad Garrett, Holland Taylor, Jean Tripplehorn, and Rita Wilson.
The main character Gloria seems pretty typical. But she is obviously bad at judging character.
Arnold, from his very first appearance, is a weirdo. Everyone seems to realize this, except Gloria. He has no opening line. He only talks about himself. The only question he ever asks Gloria is what is her name. He's a self-centered narcissistic baby. He cannot handle his personal life. And when he isn't talking about himself, he is crying about his problems. Which even to Gloria stem from his inability to handle them like an adult.
When Gloria introduces him to her family, he strangely disappears because he is not the center of attention. Both worrying Gloria and embarrassing her.
Normal women would have blown him off immediately either because of his poor self introduction, or because he only always talks about himself.
I don't think Gloria is a testament to what middle age divorced single women face regularly. As much as it is, all the trouble one can get into if they cannot judge character.